|Title||Governments and TNE: Challenges and opportunities in Asia|
|Author||Dr Christopher Hill, Syed Dur Abbas Razvi - University of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus|
If Greece was the cradle of democracy, then perhaps Asia is the cradle of transnational education (TNE). The rapid expansion of TNE programmes, agreements and options in this part of the world has ensured a significant focus on opportunity and development but less on impact and legacy. What is becoming increasingly clear is the need for a strategic rationale underpinning TNE development and a more fundamental understanding of the manner in which it impacts upon employability and local education.
|Countries||Hong Kong, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea|
|Theme(s)||Transnational Education (TNE) Models|
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