Campus Internationalisation

Overseas Education Partners are Champions of Borderless Global Knowledge Transfer

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As part of the transformation from academic enterprise to a fundamental role in national economic growth, more and more institutions of higher learning need to increase their recruitment efforts to attract a more diverse and mobile student body with programmes in English and a standardised way to evaluate and admit suitable applicants.

As campus boundaries give way to global systems often guided by the competitive race for market share, OEP can suggest a strategic roadmap for you to be a part of these seismic challenges and changes to harness the power of partnerships and collaborative and virtual learning environments (VLE).

Transnational Education (TNE) is a trend in international education currently enjoying significant growth.  TNE is referred to as education provision from one country offered in another. This does not include the more traditional study abroad format of student receiving education from another provider in a different country. The alternative delivery modes of TNE include distance and e.learning, franchising and validation as well as twinning and other collaborative learning initiatives. The ultimate expression of TNE is a full branch campus of the home institution, established in a foreign country.

There is a recent strong interest for international students seeking an overseas campus based experience. OEP has a proven track record of project management helping institutions make the right internal and external decisions to embark on such important long term initiatives. 

Articulation and exchange agreements
Often the start to any new collaboration, when two academic institutions look at each other’s curricula with a view to offering a joint programme, in many cases  this is the building block to a more in depth level of cooperation, after an initial “honeymoon” period where the partners spend time getting to know one another and adapt to each other’s modus operandi and institutional culture. OEP can help foster collaborative learning environments between international partners,  taking a proactive, yet impartial standpoint in negotiations and move forward dialogue to achieve quantifiable results.

"In today's knowledge-based economy, what you earn depends on what you learn."
William Clinton (1946 - ) 42nd President of the United States