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Workshop 2: Partner with Australia: TNE forum & business matching

Dive into the dynamic world of Transnational Education (TNE) with our workshop, designed to empower you with the knowledge and skills to pursue successful partnerships that benefit your institution.  Then meet one-on-one with potential partners.

Why TNE?

Discover how TNE opens doors to international collaboration, builds capacity, brings commercial opportunities and can set your institution apart.

Key Benefits:

  • Gain insights into the fundamentals and innovations in TNE.
  • Acquire practical skills to enhance your institution’s global presence.
  • One-on-one business meetings with potential partners. 

What you'll learn: 

  • Understand regulations and qualifications recognition;
  • Partner selection;
  • Business and delivery models;
  • Digital platforms and offshore/online pricing models;
  • The lifecycle of activities and actions to ensure successful and sustainable TNE arrangements with two-way benefits;
  • Insights from case studies.

     Who should attend?

Senior leaders from non-Australian institutions attending APAIE with responsibility for internationalisation and TNE.

A maximum of 2 participants per institution due to limited capacity.

Presenters:

  • Ms Caryn Nery, International Education Association of Australia TNE Convenor, Australia
  • Assoc. Prof. Nopraenue Sajjarax Dhirathiti, Mahidol University, Thailand
  • Assoc. Prof. Helen Vella Bonavita, Edith Cowan University, Australia
  • Ms Rashima Ghai, International Education Team, Austrade, Australia

Learning Objectives:

Improved understanding on the part of participating institutions of the fundamentals of contemporary TNE, the benefits of TNE, and the drivers of successful TNE partnerships 

TARGET AUDIENCE: Partnership and international relations staff from non-Australian universities attending APAIE  

TARGET AUDIENCE LEVEL: All