Partnership Access

Partnership Access

These profiles focus on key transnational education issues including the opening of new education markets, cross-border collaborations, trends, regulatory frameworks, legislation, policies, accreditation and quality. Insights help support the development of internationalisation strategies in targeting prospective new markets and identifying productive partnerships.

  • This report examines seven key countries in Sub-Saharan Africa through the prism of English language capability, internet connectivity and level of secondary education. With a rapidly expanding youth population and accelerated rate of urbanisation, digital learning and transnational education investment have become increasingly attractive options for stakeholders. The countries covered in this...
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  • One of the most rapidly growing phenomena of transnational education is the dual degree, offered to students by two or more institutions in different countries. While the definition of terms relating to this type of degree can vary both within and between countries, this Partnership Access report helps to provide clarity and context on the development of international joint or dual degrees,...
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  • Higher education is one of the fastest growing sectors globally and tertiary enrolments, along with transnational education (TNE) and collaborative research partnerships, are expected to continue growing through this decade. In particular, TNE has become a driving force in global higher education and is expected to transform the sector in future. With a new focus on transnational education (TNE...
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  • As modes of transnational education (TNE) delivery continue to evolve to accommodate local and global circumstances, there is a growing interest in TNE pathway programmes where students enrol in both the host country and the awarding country, as part of their overall degree. The criteria and importance of data on TNE and specifically on transfers to UK-based programmes has developed over the...
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  • Although the movement of programs across borders is well-established, it is the new types of providers, partnerships, awards and delivery modes that are challenging national and international policies, and regulatory frameworks. This Partnership Access explores the phenomenon of unique cross-border partnerships between universities in different countries, which go beyond the traditional...
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  • Transnational Education (TNE) has been growing rapidly in recent years following closely in line with the dramatic increase in student mobility internationally. Driven by rising living standards and the emergence of new middle classes in emerging and developing markets on the one hand, and higher education institutions in advanced countries facing financial pressures and the demand to...
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  • The rise in popularity of transnational education (TNE) has led inevitably to questions on how those degrees are perceived. Do employers view a TNE degree any differently from a traditional university degree? Are students motivated to pursue TNE studies because there are advantages to be gained? This report, Student and employer perceptions of TNE degrees, provides a global overview of how...
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  • Transnational education (TNE) from UK higher education institutions has never been more popular. In 2010-2011, TNE surpassed local provision, and the divide has been growing ever since. Global economic and political uncertainty, limited funding options, visa restrictions, and possibly the desire to stay closer to home, are among the factors which have contributed to a rise in TNE demand. With the...
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  • UK universities are facing a decline in student numbers due to recent changes in funding and policy that saw dramatic increases in tertiary fees. Although the impact has adversely affected both domestic and international enrolments, institutions have seen an increase in the number of transnational education (TNE) students, who study through UK-based higher education institutions whilst residing...
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  • As education partnerships continue to grow globally, so do collaborations between the higher education and private sectors, also known as University – Business Collaboration (UBC). Interest in UBCs emerged as societies transitioned from being largely industrialised, to information-based, characterised by increasing globalisation, and the prioritising of services and intangibles, networking...
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