7th February, 2014 / 11.00am - 4.00pm
22nd July, 2015
Presented by Professor David Sadler, Vice Principal (International), Queen Mary University of London.
Transnational higher education takes a variety of forms, and has grown significantly in recent years. This presentation will explore the reasons for, and implications of, different models of transnational activity. In particular, it will consider the impacts of transnational education in terms of student experience, research and knowledge exchange, and the linkages with national higher education systems.
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