Transnational education seems to support wider access to higher education and clearer routes through to postgraduate study. Is this why it is flourishing against the general expectations for international recruitment?
At first glance of the Higher Education Statistical Agency’s data on student enrolments for 2013-14 I breathed a great sigh of relief. International student demand is showing strong signs of recovery. The numbers of EU students look positive, although levels are still below those in 2010. Demand from India seems to have levelled off at […]
Transnational education (TNE) has seen fast-paced growth over the past decade. But how does it tie in with broader trends in international student mobility?
While outbound student mobility from China has begun to slow, transnational education (TNE) activity shows no signs of slowing down. Today, there are more than 800 approved Sino-foreign joint programmes operating at the undergraduate level and nearly 200 more at the postgraduate level, according to the Ministry of Education. From fewer than 600 of these […]