- What leadership roles are involved in TNE?
- What support is needed?
- What recognition is expected?
- What recognition is feasible?
The project employs surveys and individual or group interviews relating to the experiences of participants in transnational and international education and the perception of support and development needs of those currently engaged or likely to be engaged in transnational and international education.
Ethics approval was obtained from Swinburne University of Technology and from Curtin University. The ethics applications extended to the Sarawak campuses of Swinburne University of Technology and Curtin University.
- Informed consent statement (Survey) - Swinburne University
- Informed consent statement (Interviews and focus groups)
- Informed consent form (Interviews and focus groups)
- Informed consent information - Curtin University
University staff members (academic or professional) with an interest in transnational education are invited to complete the online survey investigating staff experiences with transnational education and the policies and procedures they prefer in relation to transnational education.
- Go to the online survey and enter the following password: LWB2010.
- For further information please contact Peter Ling, +61 3 92144475
University staff members (academic or professional) with an interest in professional development for transnational education are invited to complete the online survey investigating staff professional development needs.
- Please email Peter Ling to obtain a link and password.
Interviews and focus groups will be conducted with staff in TNE leadership roles investigating the effectiveness of transnational and international education policies, procedures and practices and the support and development needs.