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A recent research report by the British Council, along with the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE), included (among other areas) an analysis of Chinese students’ satisfaction with UK-China TNE programmes and the factors that affect this. Based on a large-scale survey of current students, overall satisfaction was strongly influenced by attitudes towards the international elements of the course, as well as the quality of their language modules. Addressing student concerns in these areas could help to improve both student satisfaction and learning outcomes.
East Asia
11/10/2017
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The Eighth Gulf Comparative Education Symposium is entitled "Public, Private, and Philanthropic: Exploring the Impact of New Actors on Education in the GCC".
Middle East & Africa
19/10/2017
The primary objective of this research is to identify and provide an analysis of examples of good practice of including and retaining refugees in skills and TVET programmes to obtain successful learning outcomes and progress to further learning or employment. Countries included within the study are Ethiopia, Jordan, South Africa, Pakistan and the United Kingdom.
United Kingdom
17/10/2017
British Council Canada is happy to inform you of the annual fair that a highly reputable independent high school is organising in Toronto, ON.
Americas
13/10/2017
Nanjing Institute of Industry Technology (NIIT)), with the support and partnership of the China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE), is seeking a UK education institute to establish a Sino-UK joint institute to deliver bachelor degrees in the following areas: mechanical and electrical engineering, aircraft mechanical and electrical equipment maintenance, and automobile application technology .
East Asia
13/10/2017
Northeastern University is looking for UK partners to develop and deliver 4+0 or 3+1 undergraduate programmes in the fields of electronic and information engineering, communication engineering, computer science and technology, internet of things engineering, and biomedical engineering with the aim of recruiting up to 300 students per year. They plan to have the first enrolment in 2020.
East Asia
13/10/2017
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