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Transnational Education (TNE) has seen exceptional growth over the last few years and with the increase in numbers pursuing these programmes – the focus on the student experience is evermore important.
How can TNE providers ensure that teaching and learning on overseas programmes are of a standard comparable with study at their home campus? How far is English language proficiency and support key to assuring the best student experience; and what part does this play in preparing students for study at home or abroad?
The session provides the context to answer these questions and presents case studies highlighting best practice and the importance of English language proficiency in enhancing TNE student experience. A distinguished panel of experts including universities with international programmes will give their perspectives.