Transnational Education Symposium – Jakarta
NCUK is working together with the British Council, Indonesia and the Department for International Trade, Indonesia to bring together UK Universities to meet with Indonesian Universities at the British Embassy in Jakarta on Wednesday 25th September from 2pm.
The Transnational Education Symposium aims to showcase current academic partnerships and work towards the introduction of further opportunities for students to engage with a global education.
Attendees at the Symposium will discuss models and opportunities for UK-Indonesia University articulations and analyse the rise in interest for ‘dual Degrees’. Regulatory bodies and representatives from the local sector will be invited to offer insights and commentary on the landscape for present and future provision of Higher Education. The conversation will be facilitated by the introduction of case studies and examples of international student mobility in practice by selected guest speakers.
NCUK offers a viable partnership opportunity for universities to engage in articulation between the UK and their country. Its great timing to work between Indonesian and UK institutions to share curriculum development and give student the chance to experience the best of both in their study options. Whether at undergraduate or postgraduate level, the Transnational Symposium has been set up to allow a forum for exchange of ideas and establishment of long-term partnerships.
Katy Christie, Regional Director
Transnational Education – as defined by QAA – is essentially higher education delivered overseas, it is an integral and expanding part of UK higher education provision. Over 80 percent of all UK degree-awarding bodies are engaged in some form of TNE, either through distance learning, partnerships, or branch campus arrangements. This provision is delivered in over 200 countries worldwide and UK institutions are continuously seeking to improve the quality of UK higher education wherever it is delivered.
The TNE Symposium will allow institutions from each nation to gain an in-depth understanding of the specific features and challenges involved in academic delivery and operations and to establish stronger links with the host country quality assurance bodies.
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Date: Wednesday 25th September 2019
Address: The British Embassy Jakarta, Jl Patra Kuningan Raya Blok L5-6, Jakarta, 12950, Indonesia.