This interactive pre-EAIE workshop, delivered in partnership with University of Liverpool, will present the latest analysis of future global opportunities in TNE and discuss the policy landscape of several countries.
In these uncertain times, HE institutions are looking for dependable methods for securing and increasing their international engagement.
TNE in its many forms is a tool for reaching a greater number of students, and providing a pathway to mobility for the best of them. TNE allows institutions to engage in international partnerships which support the development of staff, curriculum and students; and there is some evidence to demonstrate a relationship between TNE activities and increased collaborative research output. As HE systems globally are maturing, TNE can provide an opportunity for HEIs to engage in the capacity building of tomorrow’s HE powers.
This interactive workshop delivered in partnership with University of Liverpool is a pre-conference session for the EAIE conference. It will:
- present the latest analysis of future global opportunities in TNE
- discuss the policy landscape of several countries
- hear of a new programme for TNE growth in Philippines
Focussed round-table discussions will encourage participants to share practical experience of successful TNE models, opportunities and challenges.
International Directors and officers; HE professionals with responsibility for developing international teaching and research partnerships; TNE practitioners; HE policy makers.
How to register
Please follow the registration link below