Considering the circumstances many of our colleagues are operating in, we have moved our flagship International Higher Education Forum online, as #IHEFonline.
#IHEFonline consists of five live online seminars, each one exploring a different facet of the fast-changing world of higher education. We will explore the future of international higher education, and consider the geopolitical, ethical and reputational challenges we face in international engagement, and scan the horizon for areas of innovation that will enable us to lead the way in internationalisation.
The first two sessions were held on 25 March 2020. Three others will be held at the end of April.
You can book onto each seminar separately for £85, or book onto all three for £195.
This live online seminar will look at the risks and opportunities inherent in transnational education operations, and how to navigate between the two.
You can view the delegate guide here.
12:00 - 13:00
Managing risk: assessing hidden risks in TNE operations
Jazreel Goh, Director, Education, British Council China
Professor William Locke, Director, The Melbourne Centre for the Study of Higher Education
Professor Catherine Montgomery, Professor in the School of Education, Durham University
Dr David Pilsbury, Pro-Vice-Chancellor International, Coventry University
Professor Jenny Lee, Center for the Study of Higher Education, The University of Arizona
The UK is a world leader in transnational education and as we embark on the next decade this is an area where we can really leave our mark. But the success of TNE operations is affected by a wide variety of environmental and organisational risks. In this session we uncover some of the risks most often overlooked when initiating TNE operations and explore what strategies can mitigate those risks to ensure success.
You can view more details and book here.
Other live online seminars we are running in this series include:
Where next? Identifying target markets for recruitment and collaboration
View details and book here.
Is it possible to have a green international strategy?
You can book onto all three seminars online here.
You can book access to the upcoming three seminars and recordings of sessions one and two online here.
If you have already booked for IHEF 2020 you will automatically gain access to all five IHEF online seminars. If you have yet to book a ticket, you can book onto the individual sessions separately, or you can book onto all five and receive a discounted rate.
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Jazreel is currently the Director Education and Sports for British Council China. She joined British Council China June 2004 where she led on education marketing for mainland China.
Jazreel Goh has worked in various organisations in Malaysia, Australia, as well as Hong Kong in the areas of brand management, corporate planning and investment, international education consultancy, as well as in intellectual property licensing.
In 2011 she set up British Council’s Education Intelligence Unit – the first e-marketing platform dedicated to in international education research for the industry globally. In 2013, she led the development and launched the UK’s flagship outward mobility programme - Generation UK which has since led to a 70% growth in British students to China.
Jazreel Goh was born in Malaysia and after completing her secondary school in Malaysia and senior secondary school in Singapore, left for further studies in Melbourne, Australia. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts from Monash University and was awarded the Equity and Merit Scholarship by the Australian Government to undertake her Master of Arts in Applied Linguistic. She was awarded an MBE in 2017 for her services to UK education in China.
William Locke is Professor and Director of the Centre for the Study of Higher Education, University of Melbourne. Prior to this, he was Director of the Centre for Higher Education Studies and Deputy Director of the ESRC Centre for Global Higher Education (CGHE) at the UCL Institute of Education, University College London and remains an International Co-Investigator for CGHE.
He is Joint Editor of the journal Policy Reviews in Higher Education. William’s research interests include the governance and management of HEIs; the changing academic profession; HE policy and policy-making; the influence of marketisation and rankings systems on HEIs and systems.
Catherine Montgomery is Professor in the School of Education at the University of Durham. Prior to joining Durham in September 2019, Catherine has held professorial posts at the University of Bath and the University of Hull, both with a focus on international higher education.
Catherine’s research focuses on internationalisation of higher education and she has a particular interest in transnational higher education in China and East Asia. Her recent work focuses on international higher education mobilities, mainly with reference to flows of international students and considers what this can tell us about the changing landscapes of global higher education.
Responsible for all Coventry’s international activities including joint ventures, student recruitment, collaborative partnerships, curriculum internationalization, mobility, and cultural enhancement. Pilsbury leads a sector leading global engagement agenda recognised by many awards including the Queen’s Award for Enterprise and EAIE’s premier award. He holds a number of Board level positions including of the China-Britain Business Council & EURIE. Previously the founding CEO of the Worldwide Universities Network, HEFCE Head of Research Policy and Assistant Director R&D at Cambridge University Hospital. He spent a number of years in strategic consultancy and investment banking after completing a D.Phil and research at Oxford University.
Jenny J. Lee is a Professor at the Center for the Study of Higher Education at the University of Arizona (USA) and a Visiting Scholar at the University of Cape Town (South Africa). She is also the co-editor of the book series, Studies in Global Higher Education. She was formerly a Global Professor at Korea University, NAFSA Senior Fellow, and Chair for the Council of International Higher Education within the Association for the Study of Higher Education, where she also served on the board.
Dr. Lee's recent scholarship focuses on the internationalization of higher education in economically emerging countries. Her ongoing research on international students mobility and their experiences in the US, Mexico, Korea, and South Africa over the past decade has been cited widely. She is currently completing a book on African student mobility and another on international higher education geopolitical power.