Transnational education can offer a cost-effective option to expand the benefits of internationalisation to the 98% of non-internationally mobile student population, while also reducing the negative social and environmental impacts of international mobility such as brain drain and carbon emissions.
Join UUKi on 3-4 November to explore the role of TNE in tackling pressing global challenges that pre-dated the global pandemic, but that have been exacerbated by it, such as:
The conference will feature a range of sessions from sector leaders, international guests, government representatives and TNE experts.
We are offering a group discount for delegates attending from one institution at the price of £600 for a group of four delegates from our member institutions. To receive this discount, please send details (full name, job title, organisation and email address) of each delegate to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will provide you with the discount code.
A list of UUK member institutions can be found here. If your institution is on the list, you can book at our member price.
In addition to this, the following institutions are UUKi members:
University of the Arts
Harper Adams University
Rose Bruford College
Royal University of Agriculture
This conference is open to all with an interest in this topic, however will be particularly useful for staff who have responsibility for or play a part in delivering transnational education. Relevant job titles include:
Director of Global/International Partnerships
Director of International Development
Head of Transnational Education
Head of International Partnerships
Head of International Business Development
International Partnerships Officer/Manager