Transnational education serves a number of ostensible purposes, making (usually Western) education more accessible internationally through accredited programmes, as well as offering potentially lucrative opportunities for HEIs and an extension of soft power for source countries. In principle the ‘offer’ is a degree which replicates the overseas student experience but without the cost or distant physical relocation. Our focus in this session is on the student experience, considering this from different perspectives - conceptual, in terms of broader trends, and for both students and teachers. To explore this further, in this session we will hear from four presenters:

  • Professor Juliet Thondhlana (Nottingham University) 
  • Chris Lyons (UK ENIC) 
  • Dr Jin Hui Li (Aalborg Universitet) 
  • Coomerene Rodrigo (Open University) 
October 9th, 2023 from 12:00 PM to  2:00 PM
Online event - link will be provided
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