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Title Collaborative regulation? Reflections on how the quality assurance of TNE in China might be better aligned
Author Xiaozhou (Emily) Zhou - OBHE Associate

Abstract

Transnational education (TNE) - the catch-all term for a variety of alliances between universities, colleges, governments and the private sector across national borders - continues to grow in size and significance. Increasingly, regulators in both importing and exporting countries undertake some sort of TNE review. How to ensure such oversight is targeted and efficient rather than bureaucratic and duplicative? TNE is defined by collaboration, but are regulators sufficiently joined-up?

Date 11/01/2016
Region(s) Asia
Countries China
Theme(s) Transnational Education (TNE) Models
Topic(s) International Collaborative Programmes

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