Mat Wright

Wednesday 28 January 2015 -
13:45 to 17:00
RCPCH, London

Directions of travel: strategies for maximising articulation to the UK through transnational education (TNE)

Analysis published in November gives us new insights into the pathways that international students use when they embark on first degree study in the UK, and show that transnational education plays a significant role in attracting students from overseas. This event will delve into the detail behind HEFCE’s ‘Direction of travel’ findings, and consider what the new data analysis means for TNE practitioners and strategists: do you build this into your international marketing and plans? Should you change your priorities informed with this knowledge of pathways?

Who should attend?

  • International managers and strategists in universities
  • TNE practitioners in universities
  • Anyone with an interest in better understanding TNE data
  • People seeking to learn more about UK TNE


£90 - please note, a second HEGlobal workshop The Value of TNE to the UK: evolving landscapes and practices is being held in the morning. When you book for one event, you will receive a discount code for the second workshop, so if you wish to join us for both events, your second workshop will be discounted to £60 - meaning you pay just £150 to attend both sessions.


HEGlobal is a joint initiative between the UK Higher Education International Unit and the British Council to support universities’ transnational education (TNE) activity. The events programme is designed to address the questions surrounding TNE using UK and international experts, enable the UK higher education sector to improve its knowledge of TNE whilst also offering excellent networking opportunities.

How to register

For further information please visit the HEGlobal website or email HEGlobal@international.ac.uk

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