Global Collaborative Partner Forum


  • Julia Wang Liverpool John Moores University, International Relations Team



Theme of the Forum: Transnational Education Student Experience (this refers to students who are studying LJMU degrees overseas with our global collaborative partners). It is a good opportunity for LJMU TNE Family to come together and share best practice in how to deliver a highest standard teaching quality and the same time offer the best student experience. We will also share with the partners our newly launched Internationalisation Plan, our focus and priorities, one of which is to further support our existing collaborative partners.

Beaconhouse International College, Pakistan
Student Development through the Employability Placement & Career Advancement Department (EPCAD)

Oryx Universal College, Qatar
A strategic approach to creating a student-centric operation that empowers the minds and capabilities of our community

Westford University College, UAE
Fostering Corporate Ready Graduates

International Panel – Q&As
LJMU Associate Deans (Global Engagement)

Internationalisation and decolonisation: A transformative agenda for higher education.

1. Why is it important to decolonise the curriculum?
2. How can we decolonise the curriculum? (Diversify the reading list; challenge terminology used in our disciplines…etc.)
3. Consider the diversity of our student groups and ensure the curriculum shift from a Western to global framework.