What are China’s priorities for international education partnerships? What are the obligations of foreign partners? How does the Ministry of Education assess applications to set up joint Sino-foreign programmes and institutes? These and other questions will be answered in a workshop with experts from China’s Ministry of Education on 3 June, organised by the British Council China
East Asia
An opportunity for UK institutions to target focussed students, who have already applied overseas or are offer-holders, through one-on-one interactions ensuring students take the next step towards enrolment in the UK.
South Asia
The British Council will deliver eight pre-departure briefings in China from May to July 2015. The sessions are aimed at Chinese students who are preparing to enrol at UK education institutions this year and students who are considering UK study. Topics covered will include visa regulations, cultural differences, and tips for studying and living in the UK. In keeping with past events, we would like successful UK alumni from China to join the events to speak about their personal experience of studying in the UK and share their advice with prospective students. UK institutions are invited to nominate suitable candidates to represent their institution at the pre-departure briefings. This is an opportunity for UK institutions to increase their visibility in China and showcase the quality and impact of their educational offering to prospective students and their parents.
East Asia
British Council Nigeria is organising an Agents Meeting on Thursday, 28th May 2015 for UK Education Agents in Nigeria. This is an invitation for expressions of interest from representatives of UK institutions to speak at the Agents Meeting.
Middle East & Africa
Sciences Po is looking for post-doctoral and advanced doctoral students to teach in one of its three Anglophone undergraduate College Universitaire Campuses in France (Reims, Menton or Le Havre).
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