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The Future Quality Assurance and Regulation of TNE

17 Jun 2019, 10:00 - 16:00
Coventry University London
109-117 Middlesex St
Spitalfields
London 
E1 7JF

The world-class reputation of UK higher education is underpinned by robust quality assurance and regulatory oversight. Overseas, high quality transnational education (TNE) contributes to raising education standards in-country and supports the UK sector’s ambition to build sustainable and long-term partnerships.


One of the stated aims of the government's International Education Strategy is to increase transnational education exports. At the same time, the rolling-out of the Office for Students’ regulatory approach to TNE and changing perceptions around TNE overseas provide an opportunity to review how TNE is quality assured for the benefit of students and communities in host territories.

Join quality experts, TNE practitioners and agency representatives for an interactive workshop on the Future Quality Assurance and Regulation of TNE on the 17th of June in Central London. 

Esther Dudley

Head of Events and Engagement
Universities UK

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