Context and audience
This free one-day symposium hosted by City, University of London, will bring together researchers and practitioners specialising in transnational education (TNE). Following from the 1st TNE-Hub Symposium, the broader aim of the 2nd TNE-Hub Symposium is to strengthen further the links between TNE researchers and practitioners in the UK and globally. The focus of this Symposium is on innovation and specifically on how innovative practices can be used to respond to major challenges across all stages of higher education provision.
Programme and joining instructions
The programme of the Symposium is organised around 4 key thematic areas that correspond to important stages of higher education provision.
Pedagogy and delivery models
Student experience and attainment
Click here to access the programme of the symposium
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
Similar to the 1st TNE-Hub Symposium (click here for Book publication); the intention is to publish the proceeding of the 2nd TNE-Hub Symposium in an edited book format.