With the COVID-19 pandemic continuing, distance and blended learning has demonstrated two key benefits: a way of allowing home students to continue their education and a means of providing universities with continued reach and expansion into international student markets.
However, whilst many countries may accept distance learning as a temporary means of delivery, qualifications obtained through distance learning are not universally recognised. This session will provide an introduction to some of the key recognition issues surrounding distance learning, spotlighting opportunities and challenges in a number of countries across the globe and providing practical advice and guidance to universities on navigating these.
This is recommended for staff in universities and colleges involved in the recruitment and admission of international students. This session is targeted both at members who already use IGC and to those who would be interested in subscribing to it.
The key objectives of the webinar are to:
Provide an introduction to some of the key recognition issues surrounding distance learning
Spotlight opportunities and challenges in a number of countries across the globe
Provide practical advice guidance to universities on navigating these
Delegates will receive a copy of all materials used.
Book on this course
Please complete the following online form and you will receive an email confirming your registration. We will provide the webinar link with participation instructions to delegates closer to the event time.
Alternatively, you can book the recording that will be available 7 days after the live. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.