Webinar: Can Joint Programs Be a Driving Engine for Student Recruiting in China?

Date & Time:

4 pm (Beijing Time), Wednesday, September 23rd
9 am (Beijing Time), Thursday, September 24th

Topic:

Can Joint Programs Be a Driving Engine for Student Recruiting in China?
Many universities have had disappointing outcomes from their Joint program experiences and question whether this is still an avenue worth exploring today. Mike Yu, former director of BOSSA, has 14 years experience in international education, specifically in transnational education (TNE) and has also worked for IDP and EduGlobal, will take us on an exploration of key issues relating to joint programs: Can joint programs be the key driving engine for recruiting students from China? What are the pros and cons of credit transfer vs. joint program? Will the revenue sharing model work? Mike will share case studies of failure and success to provide insights and help you determine your organization’s joint program / TNE strategy.  

Speaker:

Mike Yu, former director of BOSSA.

Ticket Price:

Free of Charge

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