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  1. Dallas, 24-25 March 2014

  2. DEFINITIONS Globalization Internationalization Cross-Border Higher Education

  3. 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”

  4. Cross-Border Higher Education: A Brief History Dallas,24-25 March 2014 Stamenka Uvalić-Trumbić Sir John Daniel

  5. Borderless Educationpersonal experiences • As students (f2f and distance) • As managers of HEIs and inter- university bodies • As international public servants at UNESCO

  6. Université de Paris Yugoslav Universities CEPES, Bucharest UNESCO, Paris

  7. Université de Paris Laurentian University The Open University UNESCO

  8. The University of London New Delhi

  9. University of Paris

  10. Association of Universities of Yugoslavia

  11. Signing the Magna Charta Universitatum

  12. Dubrovnik

  13. Kretzulescu Palace, Bucharest

  14. The Lisbon Convention 1997

  15. Europe Region Includes: - Canada- Israel- United States

  16. Go Global! UNESCO HQ Paris

  17. Robin Middlehurst

  18. New need not be bad! John Daniel, Assistant Director-General for Education, UNESCO

  19. 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)

  20. The World Conference on Higher EducationParis - July 2009

  21. UNMET DEMAND FOR HIGHER EDUCATION

  22. Macau Cartagena de Indias SixRegionalConferences Bucharest Dakar New Delhi Cairo

  23. African Regional Conference Dakar, 2009Ministerial Round Table Naledi Pandor, Minister of HE, South Africa

  24. Regional Conference for Latin America, Colombia 2008

  25. Cross-Border Higher Education CBHE remains a global trend in its diverse forms: • branch campuses • franchises • joint programmes • online learning

  26. International Branch Campuses • International Branch Campuses distinct form of CBHE • 200 degree-awarding international branch campuses end of 2011; • 40 more opened since

  27. Benefits and challenges Benefits: • Student access • Quality of curricula and pedagogy Challenges • Quality of teaching-learning process • Student experience

  28. Empty Shells…

  29. Flying Faculty

  30. Some successes

  31. BUT Branch campuses remain a marginal phenomenon. In China branch campuses and joint programmes combined account for 1% of student enrolments.

  32. ONLINE LEARNING

  33. My topics • My experience of cross-border HE • Post-traditional higher education • Quality assurance

  34. Huen Tsang 603-664 Nalanda (~AD 550)

  35. Sorbonne (AD 1257) Erasmus 1466-1536

  36. “Do something interesting!”

  37. PARIS …a medieval education…

  38. Paris, May 1968

  39. Nixon: What was the impact of the French Revolution? Zhou Enlai: It’s too early to say.

  40. Storming of the Bastille 1789

  41. Nixon: What was the impact of the French Revolution? Zhou Enlai: It’s too early to say.

  42. Doctor of Science University of Paris 1969

  43. Laurentian University Sudbury, Ontario Canada Université canadienne en France Villefranche-sur-mer

  44. Students recruited from universities across Canada

  45. Campuses abroad Don’t expect them to last forever!

  46. The Open University – Vice-Chancellor 1990-2001