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Creative Arts and Media without Borders

29 Apr 2020, 10:00 - 15:00
SAE UK London Campus
SAE House
297 Kingsland Rd, Haggerston
London E8 4DD

​​Transnational Education programmes in media and creative arts are increasingly in demand by overseas students and partners. UK institutions' expertise in these areas is globally renowned, but providers face their own set of challenges related to access to public and private funding, collaborative delivery models, quality assurance and degree recognition, and links with employers and professional bodies.

Join UUKi and SAE Institute UK for a day full of sessions on approaches to tackling the challenges of delivering transnational education programmes in the creative arts and media.

We will explore:

  • How providers can capitalise on increasing demand for TNE in the creative arts and media
  • Case studies of successful (and less successful) TNE partnerships and models from specialist institutions
  • Support available for TNE in the creative arts and media from sector and public bodies.
  • The TNE student experience in specialist subjects.

Do you have an interesting case study to present? Please submit your session proposal here.

Who should attend?

  • Pro Vice-Chancellor, International
  • Director/Head of International
  • Director/Head of Library Services
  • Chief Operating Officer/Head of Operations
  • Head of Partnerships and Global Opportunities
  • Partnership Manager
  • Global Engagement Officer
  • Creative arts and media academic staff
  • Students in the creative arts

Testimonials

Attendees at last year's event said:

  • "All the speakers were excellent in their presentations and it was a very useful networking event"
  • "Well paced and very informative."
  • "Good resource, timing and experience with worthwhile peer interaction."
  • "Lots of best practice to reflect on and revisit our existing models."
  • "The catering for the event was fantastic. A big thank you from me."

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Donna Taibe

Donna Taibe

Admin and Events Coordinator
Universities UK International

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