As the British Council launches a webinar on 16 October to introduce a new report on digital education in China, Jeremy Chan, regional head of research and consultancy, explains what the Chinese digital education landscape looks like, and the opportunities and risks for foreign investors.
With more and more international students taking courses at overseas branches of UK universities, what role does the host countries' policy environment play? The British Council’s Kevin van Cauter presents new research examining the importance of policy and regulatory oversight to the expansion of transnational education (TNE).
Michael Houlgate of the British Council's Skills for Employability team in China describes how an international skills contest shows young people why improving their vocational skills pays off with better jobs.
Patrick Jones, a second-year student at the University of Oxford, was one of eight young Brits who travelled with the British Council to China in May for a week of learning and engagement with Chinese students and entrepreneurs. Having never been to the Far East before, I'd always been fascinated by Chinese culture and leapt at the opportunity to experience it
John Worne, the British Council's Director of Strategy, argues that a lack of intercultural skills can be a big risk in the business world, as our recent research shows.
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