East Asia Education Insights: UK Transnational Education East Asia
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This publication from the British Council explains how enrolment patterns in UK transnational education (TNE) in East Asia during the pandemic were remarkable both for what changed and what did not. Overall demand for UK TNE, for example, continued to surge in 2021/22 even as mobility to the UK rebounded.
TNE enrolments in the region grew more in the two years since 2019/20 than during the seven years that preceded Covid-19. This growth was also experienced by a majority of UK HEIs, with 67 institutions enrolling more students in TNE programmes in the region in 2021/22 than before the pandemic’s arrival, compared with only 31 HEIs that saw net TNE enrolments decline over this period.