UK India Transnational Education: Pathway to Success

India’s Higher Education sector has been in the global spotlight since the National Education Policy (NEP) was released in July 2020, which set in motion a series of reforms to overhaul existing structures, modernise the system, and improve access to world class education for hundreds of millions of young Indians.

Consequently, interest in TNE between UK and Indian HE institutions (HEIs)is currently at an all-time high. This was evident from the fact that the largest ever delegation of UK Vice Chancellors visited India in September 2023 to explore TNE opportunities.

While universities have welcomed these encouraging policy developments, they recognise that the rules are new and that it’s a learning process for all stakeholders when it comes to implementation and establishing models of engagement. Although several reports have been published recently on TNE in the UK-India corridor, we felt that there was a need for a best practice.

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