This blog is the final one in a series, outlining the findings of a small survey conducted in June 2018.
It expands on some of the top level findings presented at the TNE-Hub Symposium on ‘Transnational Education: Innovations in Practice’ on 11 July 2018. Presentations (in my case a joint one with Dr Janet Ilieva, entitled: Evolving TNE approaches: from short-termism to sustainability?’) are downloadable from here.
The survey investigated:
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Like so many UK higher education colleagues who care about the international ethos of our universities, I’m feeling somewhat despondent about the direction of travel.
Staff from other countries are thinking twice about coming to work at UK institutions, which will reduce the diversity of our staff base and, with it, diminish the potential for innovation that is sparked by having a multiplicity of perspectives.
Students from other countries are feeling discouraged from choosing the UK... View Page
Based on the poster I presented at the British Council's Going Global conference in June 2015, I was asked to write a guest comment piece for the UK HE International Unit's HEGlobal website, which stimulates discussion on all aspects of transnational education.
I focused on the need for inter-campus collaboration and the sharing of different perspectives and approaches when it comes to the marketing of an international campus.
Here's a link to the post.
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