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The finance of TNE workshop: yield, returns, and hidden costs

15 May 2019, 10:00 - 16:00
Farrer & Co
20-23 Lincoln's Inns Fields

Brexit, the demographic shift, Augar: universities are facing unprecedented financial challenges. Transnational education (TNE) can help your institution diversify income and increase overseas recruitment, but it can also be expensive. 

Join finance experts and government representatives as they look at budgeting for and costing TNE activity and explore support mechanisms. 

We will explore:

  • How recent policy changes, including the government's new Inernational Education Strategy, will affect the finances of TNE 
  • How your institution can make TNE ventures profitable 
  • Hidden costs
  • Budgeting and costing for TNE
  • External funding mechanisms
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 The Finance of TNE

​Who should attend?

  • Pro Vice-Chancellor, International
  • Director/Head of International
  • Director/Head of Finance/Financial Management/Financial Services
  • Registrar
  • Head of Partnerships and Global Opportunities
  • Partnership Manager
  • TNE Manager
  • Global Engagement Officer
  • Financial Accountant
  • Finance Manager – International Tax, Planning and Reporting


Attendees at last year's event said:
  • “Highly valuable insights, many thanks for offering again!”
  • “Excellent variety of talks.”
  • “Filling in various gaps in knowledge…Excellent networking.”
  • “Lots of best practice to reflect on and revisit our existing models.”
  • “Great training”
  • “An excellent day. Great sandwiches!”

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Events Producer
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