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Dallas, 24-25 March 2014. DEFINITIONS. Globalization Internationalization Cross-Border Higher Education. What is Cross-Border HE?.

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definitions
DEFINITIONS

Globalization

Internationalization

Cross-Border Higher Education

what is cross border he
What is Cross-Border HE?

“Cross-border higher education includes higher education that takes place where the teacher, student, programme, institution/provider or course materials cross national jurisdictional borders”

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Cross-Border Higher Education:

A Brief History

Dallas,24-25 March 2014

Stamenka Uvalić-Trumbić

Sir John Daniel

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Borderless Educationpersonal experiences

  • As students (f2f and distance)
  • As managers of HEIs and inter- university bodies
  • As international public servants at UNESCO
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Université de Paris Yugoslav Universities

CEPES, Bucharest UNESCO, Paris

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Europe Region

Includes:

- Canada- Israel- United States

go global
Go Global!

UNESCO HQ Paris

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New need not be bad!

John Daniel,

Assistant Director-General

for Education, UNESCO

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UNESCO and CBHE

US/OECD 2002 Forum on GATS

‘Trade, Education and the GATS: What's In, What's Out, What's All the Fuss About?'

Pierre Sauvé (OECD)

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Macau

Cartagena de Indias

SixRegionalConferences

Bucharest

Dakar

New Delhi

Cairo

african regional conference dakar 2009 ministerial round table
African Regional Conference Dakar, 2009Ministerial Round Table

Naledi Pandor, Minister of HE, South Africa

cross border higher education
Cross-Border Higher Education

CBHE remains a global trend in its diverse forms:

  • branch campuses
  • franchises
  • joint programmes
  • online learning
international branch campuses
International Branch Campuses
  • International Branch Campuses distinct form of CBHE
  • 200 degree-awarding international branch campuses end of 2011;
  • 40 more opened since
benefits and challenges
Benefits and challenges

Benefits:

  • Student access
  • Quality of curricula and pedagogy

Challenges

  • Quality of teaching-learning process
  • Student experience
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BUT

Branch campuses remain a marginal phenomenon.

In China branch campuses and joint programmes combined account for 1% of student enrolments.

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My topics

  • My experience of cross-border HE
  • Post-traditional higher education
  • Quality assurance
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Huen Tsang 603-664

Nalanda (~AD 550)

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Sorbonne (AD 1257)

Erasmus 1466-1536

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PARIS

…a medieval education…

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Nixon: What was the impact of the French Revolution?

Zhou Enlai: It’s too early to say.

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Nixon: What was the impact of the French Revolution?

Zhou Enlai: It’s too early to say.

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Doctor of Science

University of Paris

1969

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Laurentian University

Sudbury, Ontario Canada

Université canadienne en France

Villefranche-sur-mer

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Campuses abroad

Don’t expect them to last forever!

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Three Open University Vice-Chancellors

John Daniel Brenda Gourley Martin Bean 1990-2001 2001-2009 2009-

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Outside the UK today:> 40,000 students (OU awards)~ 250,000 students (local awards with OU courses)

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Hungary

  • Russia
  • Bulgaria
  • Czech Republic
  • Slovakia
  • Romania
  • ~ 10,000 students
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Lessons learned: UKOU borderless programmes:

  • Develop your partners and make yourself dispensable
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Lessons learned: UKOU borderless programmes:

  • Develop the partners and make yourself dispensable
  • Partnerships are good in principle and effective in practice
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UNESCO

Globalization of Higher Education

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Barry Stamenka John

McGaw Uvalić-Trumbić Daniel OECD UNESCO UNESCO

Senior Advisors to Academic Partnerships

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1970s

2010s

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THE AIM

“to lead students into online award-bearing programmes and have them graduate at rates at least as good as those of their fellow students on campus”.

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Authors:Neil Butcher & Merridy Wilson-Strydom

A Guide to Quality

In Online Learning

Editors:Stamenka Uvalić-Trumbić & Sir John Daniel

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If Harvard is offering MOOCs…

going online must be OK!

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Learning

Teaching

Credentials

What is higher education?

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If Harvard is offering MOOCs…

going online must be OK!

post traditional higher education

POST-TRADITIONAL HIGHER EDUCATION

Open Educational Resources,

Open Badges, MOOCs, etc.

post traditional higher education how to assure quality

POST-TRADITIONAL HIGHER EDUCATIONHow to assure quality?

Open Educational Resources,

Open Badges, MOOCs, etc.

chea quality platform
CHEA Quality Platform

Judith

Eaton

Stamenka

Uvalić-Trumbić

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Authors:Neil Butcher & Sarah Hoosen

A Guide to Quality in Post-Traditional Online Higher Education

Editors:Stamenka Uvalić-Trumbić & Sir John Daniel

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Nixon: What was the impact of Post-Traditional Higher Education?

Zhou Enlai: It’s too early to say.

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THANK YOU

For text and slides:

www.sirjohn.ca

Stamenka Uvalić-Trumbić

Sir John Daniel