What is transnational education? Is it right for you?
Transnational Education is the future of education. Countries around the globe are racing to adopt transnational education. As the digital age connects every corner of the globe, no country wants to be left behind, its citizen isolated, and its education left outdated.
- Connection – Transnational education takes the lessons of the digital present and applies them to the future of education, work, and personal and organizational development. What does that mean? Transnational education (TNE) brings world-leading universities and colleges featuring best-in-class (no pun intended) education pedagogy, technology, curriculum, and career prospects to select partner institutions around the world.
- Quality – In a world where anyone can learn at their own pace, anywhere, using free resources like Wikipedia and YouTube, how do college degrees keep becoming more important? The answer is quality. And for the highest quality, most up-to-date, and respected undergraduate and graduate education, people turn to the USA, UK, and Commonwealth countries like Australia and Canada.
- Respect – Transnational education breaks down national barriers and opens up some of the best universities in the world to those who might never otherwise have the opportunity. With a degree from a UK or Australian University, you can become a global citizen with career prospects everywhere. Want to spend a year in Bangkok? Go. Want to check out Prague? Go. Want to start a business in London? Go. The opportunities are endless with a globally-recognized and respected degree from a world-leading institution.
Transnational education is your passport to see the world on your terms. At SISFU, we offer undergraduate and graduate Business degrees from the UK (through De Montfort University – dmu.ac.uk) and Australia (International College of Hotel Management – ichm.edu.au) delivered in the Philippines.
Are you ready?
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