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Last updated on Tuesday 20 Dec 2022 at 10:26pm
It provides an analysis of where students studied, at what level, and through what kind of provision during the 2017−18 academic year. It also puts some of the figures into context, by providing a longitudinal overview of trends in TNE.
Highlights of the report include:
Universities UK International is committed to widening the evidence base on UK Higher Education Transnational Education. This is the first time we produce a report analysing data trends in TNE student numbers in Scotland. We expect this report will support Scottish higher education leaders and policy-makers define strategic priorities in their internationalisation efforts related to TNE and we are keen to continue working with Universities Scotland to enhance and diversify TNE provision from Scottish institutions worldwide.
Head of Transnational Education, Universities UK International:
Scotland continues to punch above its weight in the delivery of Transnational Education. We know that Scottish higher education’s quality is highly regarded by the rest of the world and that is reflected in this year’s report. We are keen to build on our success and strength Scotland’s presence across the world over the coming years.
Senior Policy Officer (International), Universities Scotland