We work with ministries and education sector bodies in more than a hundred countries worldwide. In developing countries we work with them to ensure that their higher education systems are configured in the most effective ways to make the most of the opportunities for international collaboration
- designing methodologies and guidelines to support system to system alliances; including the Mutual Recognition of Qualifications and Memoranda of Understanding
- identifying barriers and capacity issues, building engagement, and generating interest
- analysing market opportunities and unmet demand in domestic systems
- hosting bilateral discussions (inward and outward missions and delegations) to support internationalisation strategies and action planning
- building capacity in the quality of teaching, learning and assessment
- raising awareness of UK TNE capability
- offering expertise in English Medium Education and access to networks to share effective practice and address shared challenges.
From the UK sector point of view this allows them to diversify the range of countries with which they develop relationships and share knowledge, helping them to thrive in uncertain markets. For national governments it enables them to make better use of their institutions’ physical and intellectual resources.
Our flagship Higher Education event Going Global brings the world’s leaders of international education together virtually and, when circumstances allow, in person, to develop their networks and exchange effective practice.