Transnational education

From remote campuses to joint degree programmes, advice for teaching within, developing and optimising transnational education (TNE) for universities who serve students in different countries

Multiracial group working at laptop

Crossing time zones: developing a transnational professional development series

Co-creation with TNE partners allows both front-line educators and host institution opportunities for quality assurance and pathways to build communities of practice. Here, Dom Conroy and Santanu Vasant outline 11 steps to working with international partners

Dom Conroy, Santanu Vasant

London Metropolitan University