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Transnational Education in Focus: UK Universities Delegation in India for Discussions
Throughout their five-day visit, they aim to foster internationalization in higher education by expanding partnerships, facilitating dual-degree programmes, and encouraging research collaborations.
by Pragti Sharma / 18 Sep 2023 21:13 PM IST / 0 Comment(s) / 46
A substantial delegation comprising representatives from 31 UK universities and education leaders is currently visiting India to engage in discussions about the future of Transnational Education (TNE). This visit comes after a year of ongoing conversations with the Indian education system, which is currently undergoing significant reforms and is placing a stronger emphasis on global collaborations for educational advancement and innovation.
Coordinated by the Department for Business and Trade (DBT), this delegation arrived in India on September 12. Throughout their five-day visit, they aim to foster internationalization in higher education by expanding partnerships, facilitating dual-degree programmes, and encouraging research collaborations.
One of the key components of this visit is the India-UK Higher Education Conference, which is dedicated to promoting partnerships in the fields of science, research, and innovation between India and the United Kingdom. This conference provides an excellent opportunity to build upon the constructive discussions and initiatives that have transpired over the past year.
The delegation's discussions during the conference will revolve around Transnational Education (TNE) and the potential scope and opportunities offered by the Mutual Recognition of Qualifications (MRQs). Additionally, the conference will cover the Going Global Partnerships program, which aims to foster TNE collaborations. An exciting development this year will be the announcement of industry-academia grants to support course development, enhancing the capacity to produce graduates who are well-prepared for future job opportunities.
This substantial delegation from the UK underscores the increasing importance of global collaborations in higher education. As India's education system continues to undergo reforms and open new opportunities, the UK is actively seeking to strengthen and expand these mutually beneficial partnerships.