TNE news and blogs

​The latest news and opinion about UK HE transnational education, from higher education professionals and other experts.

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The student voice in the TNE evidence base

10 October 2017
Raegan Hiles looks at the latest research on the value of TNE - what does studying on a TNE programme mean to students and society?

UK-Romania higher education links

14 September 2017
Greater TNE provision can build the UK’s reputation in Romania and in the region, complementing strong branding through student recruitment.

QAA launches UAE country report

25 May 2017
QAA launches UAE country report

Asking the difficult questions is an important step in supporting LGBT staff abroad

23 May 2017
Pete Mercer from Stonewall discusses the implications of delivering overseas provision for universities in how they support Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) staff.

From ‘Global Schoolhouse’ to a diverse sector driven by local needs

23 March 2017
Joe Taylor takes us through Singapore’s changing HE policy landscape.

Behind the numbers

27 January 2017
Raegan Hiles looks into the case studies of our Scale and Scope of UK HE TNE report, identifying a lifecycle of TNE development and four key stakeholder groups.

Peopling TNE delivery

16 January 2017
It's not enough to buy a flight and insurance; Gulshin Ijaz considers some of the responsibilities of universities to staff delivering TNE overseas.

1 week, 2 countries, much TNE

19 December 2016
Learning about TNE 'on the ground', UUKi's Communications Officer reflects on 4 'takeaways' from her first visit to Malaysia and Singapore.

What's in a TNE number? Not enough...

15 December 2016
Dan Cook looks at the future of TNE data: there's always more to know, but what can we really collect and what will we use?

IBCs defying predictions of decline

6 December 2016
Rachael Merola outlines the OBHE's latest research with C-BERT - which shows branch campuses are far from declining.