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Transnational joint education provision — education jointly developed and delivered by two or more institutions in different countries — has emerged as a desired experience for many students, a key priority of several institutions, and a site of innovation.

The strategic importance of this topic on a European level is one of the reasons it was selected for the 2023 EUA Learning & Teaching Thematic Peer Group entitled “Challenges and enablers in designing transnational joint education provision”. The group’s findings are compiled in this report, which outlines the group’s conceptual understanding of the term, benefits and challenges of engaging in transnational joint education provision, and recommendations geared towards higher education leadership, staff members, as well as national and regional-level governments.

Challenges and enablers in designing transnational joint education provision

Report editors: Janet De Wilde, Natalia Timus and Alison Morrisroe

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