To compete in the evolving landscape of international education, UK education providers, as well as providing consistently high returns on investment through world-class skills and experience, must offer a unique value-added proposition to studying in the UK/achieving a UK qualification.
Event aims and objectives:
To update the sector on trends in international student mobility from East Asia as well as opportunities in TNE partnerships.
This session will provide an update on the East Asia education environment: the opportunities for UK institutions to tap into this dynamic and growing market, plus the considerable challenges they must overcome to seize the future of education in the region.
Please suggest any areas you would like covered during the briefing by 20th March 2014 to Jazreel.Goh@britishcouncil.org.cn
Jeremy Chan, Head of Research and Consultancy East Asia, British Council
Jazreel Goh, East Asia Regional Business Director (Education Services), British Council
There will be workshop for UK institutions on our work with agents from 13.00-16.00.
A complimentary lunch will be served at 12.30.
Who can attend?
Sector representatives interested in student recruitment and TNE partnerships in East Asia.
To register your interest, please email Helen.Markey@britishcouncil.org