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Navigating TNE financing

2 Feb 2018, 10:30 - 16:00
Farrer & Co. 
20-23 Lincoln's Inn Fields, 
London,
WC2A 3EG
​There are lots of transnational education (TNE) numbers: 701,010 students registered for UK higer education programmes overseas; and 82% of universities delivering TNE in over 200 locations. Which must mean TNE is earning for the UK – after all, it's been identified as a high value export and estimated at £550m in 2014-15.

But… we don't have an established metric for calculating course costs, fees or financial returns to individual institutions for TNE.

Join finance experts, tax advisors and university practitioners as they look at how to budget for TNE and work through ways to more realistically cost TNE activity from scoping the idea through to operation

 Who should attend?

  • International managers and strategists in universities

  • TNE practitioners in universities

  • Senior university finance office staff

  • Private sector staff with an interest in effectively costing TNE activity

  • Staff with responsibility for international contract arrangements and negotiations

  • Policy makers with an interest in international higher education

  • Policy makers with an interest in exporting education services

Delegate outcomes

  • Develop a clearer understanding of the cost implications of international partnerships

  • Understand the financial challenges TNE poses, as well as implications for HR teams, tax arrangements, due diligence processes, contracting and budgeting.  

  • Recognise, and start to overcome, the challenges of developing and managing TNE

  • Understand the value of TNE

  • Learn about what can work well in achieving best value for your TNE activity

  • Improve the information base for developing institutional TNE strategies

UUKi's TNE events operate strict Chatham House rules: delegates and speakers will not be asked to share their own costs or financial calculations (unless they wish to), but participants will be asked to be frank in what they have found to be successful or otherwise. UUKi hopes to produce summaries of its events but these will be in the context of practical tips for managers rather than case study documentation.

Rachael Firth

Rachael Firth

Head of Events and Engagement
Universities UK

Katie Ross

Katie Ross

Senior Events Officer
Universities UK

Holly Wildish-Jones

Holly Wildish-Jones

Marketing and Internal Communications Officer
Universities UK

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