A transnational program is an award program taught by Griffith University outside Australia, and includes programs taught by University staff in-country or by distance education (including the Internet).
Transnational education entails partnership, and operates at the intersection of cultures, languages and legislation. The support resources help to connect activities in transnational education with onshore teaching and administrative processes, within a framework for good practice.
Transnational education policies
Griffith's transnational education policies can be found in the Policy Library.
Transnational education reports
- Self-review of transnational programs, October 2007 (PDF 185k) (Available only to Griffith staff)
- 2009 Transnational Programs Audit Report (Available only to Griffith staff)
The Australian Universities Quality Agency collected a database of good practices extracted from the Cycle 1 and 2 audits. This is now stored by TEQSA.
Australian Education International is an Australian Government entity that make advice available online in the areas of government activities, marketing, events, off-shore support, publications and qualifications. Most valuable are the descriptions of the regulatory environment for different countries, and the education profiles of different countries.