“The end result for us has been great buy in from staff and students to an agenda that utilises the presence of international students on campus as only one element in a much wider piece of work that is bringing global experiences to our students. ”
— Dr Richard O'Doherty, (at the time) Deputy Vice-Chancellor, University of Gloucestershire (2017)
When discussing themes that the next generation of global engagement strategies should address, my interviewees highlighted the need for institutions to negotiate a new set of global dynamics, including some seismic shifts in the balance of power.
Today’s blog provides an overview of key points that were raised. It draws on Chapter 8 of my report – UK Universities’ Global Engagement Strategies: Time for a rethink?. (There’s an overview of all the sections and Chapters ... View Page
After an embarrassingly long gap between blog posts, this one is really just an excuse to get down in writing a few things that have been buzzing round in my head recently.
According to an HEGlobal survey, ‘almost all the UK's HE providers plan to grow their TNE [transnational education] delivery in the coming years’.
TNE provision based on two-way, collaborative partnerships, built on more equitable relationships, is on the rise (see, for example, this blog post on HEGloba... View Page
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