Transnational education partnership
Deadline for application:
Fri, 30 Apr. 2021
A private company is looking to partner with a UK university in transnational education (TNE). The Department for International Trade Jakarta is at an early stage of partnership with a private company that manages a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) to explore Transnational Education (TNE) in Indonesia.
The SEZ is located in East Java where there is potential for international education with a focus on digital technology. The private company wants to partner with UK universities that want to expand their partnerships in Indonesia. The partnership model will be determined upon consultation with potential partners.
– allocate sufficient time and resources to navigate the preparation and approval process in Indonesia
– have solid knowledge and experiences in Southeast Asia. Prior knowledge and experiences in the Indonesian market would be useful, and preferably have experiences of establishing significant TNE portfolio in other countries
– be able to provide a concrete plan for TNE partnership and programme development
In the medium-term, the Indonesian private company will:
– be open to discussion on the partnership model and other technical details
– work together with the UK university to secure approval from the Ministry of Education and Culture
The Ministry of Education and Culture, through its independent campus initiative, is looking to encourage more Indonesian universities to partner with foreign universities.
It has also introduced regulations that provide clearer guidance in setting up a partnership with foreign universities. These initiatives and regulations will open up more opportunities for UK universities.
Opportunity closing date:
30 April 2021
Value of the contract:
To be confirmed
Express your interest:
Express your interest to the Department for International Trade team in Indonesia.
All submissions will be reviewed and you will be notified of any potential next steps. You can only express your interest if you are a UK registered company.
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