It aims to:
Visit the HEGlobal website to access the programme's research; read commentary from leading policymakers, strategists and TNE practitioners; and find out about upcoming HEGlobal events.
Transnational education (TNE) is education delivered in a country other than the country in which the awarding institution is based - for example students based in Malaysia
studying for a degree from a university in the UK.
TNE is increasingly important to the UK higher education sector:
TNE was valued at £496 million per annum to the UK higher education sector in 2012–13, and represents 11% of international student fees.
The UK government's International Education: Global Growth and Prosperity (2013) recognised the importance of TNE to maintaining the UK's position in international education. It looked to HEGlobal to promote TNE to increase its take-up and development as a strategic and sustainable higher education export.