"Why Transnational Education? From global engagement to the UN SDGs"
3nd TNE Hub Symposium
Tuesday 9 June 2020, 9.00-17.00
Hosted and supported by
Context and audience
This one-day symposium hosted by King's College, London will bring together researchers and practitioners specialising in transnational education (TNE). Following from the 1st and 2nd TNE-Hub Symposia, This event will aim to highlight the hidden benefits of TNE, which are often neglected in the generalisation that TNE is mostly a commercial and financially driven activity. Also, now that the UN SGDs are becoming central to the strategy of universities, this event will provide an opportunity for HEIs, and researchers, to develop cases of impact for their existing TNE activities.
Cal for papers
The organising committee invites proposals for 15-20-minute presentations that discuss the purpose and impact of TNE. Proposals should be submitted in the form of a working title and abstract of no more than 200 words. Proposals should be sent to:
Closing date for proposals: Friday 28 February 2020
The organising committee for the symposium will evaluate proposed papers using the following criteria:
Clarity of the benefits and wider impact of TNE in both the exporting and importing institutions and countries.
Reflection on the wider implications for management practice and leadership in international higher education.
Robustness of research findings or management best practices.
Symposium organising committee
Dr Vangelis Tsiligiris, Principal Lecturer, Nottingham Trent University
Dr William Lawton, former Director of the Observatory on Borderless Higher Education
Dr Christopher Hill, Director Doctoral Training Centre, Associate Professor, British University in Dubai