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Blended modes of learning helping facilitate mobility

Online education should be wielded to facilitate student mobility and integrated as an element in the “multiplicity” of future offers, education leaders and experts have said.

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Education

TNE in the age of globalisation: equity, access and soft power

Education is the beating heart of a nation – we know because it is lauded from the eclectic dinner parties of the great and the good to the barricades of the disposed and dissenting; our friends, who are legion, spontaneously advocate for us, speaking loud and often of the great things we do, even our detractors concede this – but, sadly, we are not so important that we “make the cut” when it comes to government funding.

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Coventry’s Poland campus opens to non-EU students

Coventry University’s campus in Wrocław, Poland has opened applications to students from outside the EU wishing to study on its undergraduate degree programs.

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Coronavirus Education

UK: Half of Chinese university students may cancel or delay study plans

Over half of Chinese undergraduate and postgraduate students who have applied to UK universities may cancel or delay their plans to study overseas for the 2020/2021 academic year, The PIE News has learnt. 

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David Pilsbury, Coventry University, UK

Deputy vice-chancellor (International Development) at Coventry University David Pilsbury leads on international engagement through the International Office, Academic Partnership Unit and Centre for Global Engagement.  The PIE spoke to him about Coventry’s journey over the last 12 years, its plans to set up campuses abroad and the exciting new ways transnational education is being reimagined.