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Transnational Education (TNE) case study

NTU and ISU have launched an innovative joint Education Hub hosting a suite of four-year undergraduate programmes in Business, Engineering and Media Communications. Learn more about this unique opportunity allowing students to immerse themselves in the cultures of both the UK and Taiwan.

Professor Edward Peck, Vice-Chancellor NTU and Professor Roger Chen, President of ISU, launching the joint Education Hub.

Transnational education (TNE) partner

Our teaching pathway arrangements provide a cost-effective way for partner students to finish their studies overseas while dual/joint teaching partnerships allow both partner and NTU students to graduate with two degrees.

This will ensure students optimise their time studying while improving their graduate employability through this international aspect to their experience.

A great example of this is a recent TNE partnership between NTU and I-Shou University (ISU) in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.

Together, we launched an innovative joint Education Hub which hosts a suite of four-year undergraduate programmes in Business, Engineering and Media Communications. The courses are taught in English and provide students with a unique opportunity to immerse themselves in the cultures of the UK and Taiwan. Students study the final year of the course in Nottingham.

Our bespoke embedded Pre-sessional English for Academic Purposes (PEAP) course not only ensures that the students have the required levels of English and study skills to succeed in their studies, but also prepares them for academic study at NTU in their final year.

In addition, a new Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) module on sustainability gives the joint Education Hub students the opportunity to share experiences and work collaboratively online with students based in the UK. This kind of activity enhances the student experience no matter where the students are studying.

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