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Australian Transnational Education Programmes in South East Asia: Student Satisfaction with the Learning Environment
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Australian Universities' Review Volume 54, Number 2, ISSN 0818-8068

Abstract

In view of the strong growth of transnational education programmes in Australian universities, there is growing interest in the experiences of students participating in such programmes. This article reports on the perceived student satisfaction with several aspects of their transnational programmes, including instructors, technology, and programme management and administration. Data for the study were collected from approximately five hundred transnational students participating in eight programmes offered by four Australian universities in Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore and Vietnam. The article outlines the findings of the study, highlighting the need for incorporating student perspectives in the provision of transnational education programmes. The article concludes by discussing the potential application of its findings in reviewing existing and planning new transnational education programmes. (Contains 8 tables and 1 figure.)

Citation

Miliszewska, I. & Sztendur, E.M. (2012). Australian Transnational Education Programmes in South East Asia: Student Satisfaction with the Learning Environment. Australian Universities' Review, 54(2), 12-21. Retrieved August 11, 2020 from .

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