2003 National Education Exporter of the Year Award
2002 NSW Exporter of the Year Award
2004 UTS Human Rights Award
Controlled entity of the University of Technology
1987 began delivery of education programs
1991 introduced the pathway model for international undergraduates to articulate to university programs.
- Pathway program principles access to education internationalisation and recognition of prior learning.
1994 Joint venture with Shanghai university to establish the Sydney Institute of Language and Culture SILC. 1994 200 students and a single program. 2004 2700 students will multiple pre and undergraduate programs.
5 History continued...
1994 Joint venture with International Development Program (IDP) the Australia Centre ChaingMai Thailand
1994 Joint venture with IDP the Australian Centre Medan
2002 Joint venture with IDP Australia Centre for Education and Training (ACET) Ho Chih Minh City and ACET Hanoi
1996 Joint venture with the International Office of the University of Technology to publish IELTS preparation books and run the UTS IELTS testing centre
2003 Joint venture with the Australian Broadcasting Commission ABC Asia Pacific for a 26-part series on IELTS broadcast across Asia and the subcontinent with www text and sound linkage
6 History continued...
2003 Insearch and UTS contract with the government of Vietnam for the delivery of lower-secondary teacher training in Vietnam as part of an Asian Development Bank project. The project involves the delivery of the UTS Masters of Education degree in collaboration with Hanoi University of Education Universitat Potsdam and the University of South Australia.
2004 Joint venture with the University of Essex UK
7 and the future
2005 Joint venture with the Beijing Language and Culture University and the University of California for an English language training institute in Beijing planned opening in March 2005 with 200 students.
8 The Education Environment
Australian government funded study for international students decreased
Growth in global trade had implications for internationalising the education system
Inadequate education infrastructure
Australian international education in1990s
Growth in transnational education delivery
- 18.3 in 1996
- 26.9 in 1999
Growth in transnational programs
- 200 in 1996
- 500 in 1999
9 The Education Environment cont.
2000 and beyond
2001 1000 partnerships in existence (AVCC 2001)
2002 transnational study 36 of the international student population (IDP 2002)
2025 transnational study predicted to grow to c. 44 of the international student population (DEST 2002)
10 English language and transnational study
Predictions are that by 2010 76 of the global demand for English
Speaking destinations will be absorbed by countries in Asia
Particularly China and India
(Joint IDP and British Council report Vision 2020 Forecasting
International Student Mobility April 2004)
11 Joint Ventures The growth in transnational education is a key driver for education joint ventures. Global access to education is a political priority and a key driver for joint ventures One of the real threats to the future is that 85 percent of the worlds population has inadequate provision in education infrastructure. 12 Joint Ventures and the scale of commitment
Type of relationship Example Scale of Commitment
no relationship No commitment
one-off transaction delivery of one course
co-development allianceonline consortia / national branding
The following areas need to be considered when forming a joint venture
National/local government support
15 Joint ventures the necessities
(From Delloitte. Its Down to Business with the Reality of Growth
Success in a joint venture depends on the choice of JV partner.
Successful choice depends on
The partners sharing similar objectives
The partners commitment to making the JV work
A reward from the relationship and
An equal share in the risks and rewards.
If there is a fit with your organisation and the prospective partner
Legally and from a
Governance / regulatory perspective
If you have researched your potential partners track record in
Resources to commit to the venture and
History of long-term commitment
then the building blocks for an alliance are in place.
18 Joint Ventures Marriages made in heaven 19
Breakdowns in business alliances in Australia will outstrip marital
Breakdowns by 50 in five years.
- Walter Dinale
Leader Deloittes Growth Initiative
Quite simply where there was a mismatch between the Australian
University and the overseas education provider on the primary objectives
and vision for the relationship deterioration and potential termination in
the relationship often occurred
- Heffernan Poole
Catch Me Im Falling Key Factors in the deterioration of offshore
20 Critical Success Factors
Assuming that financial legal and regulatory elements are stable the two critical factors are
Shared goals and vision
21 Communication and shared vision
High levels of internal commitment communicated clearly and consistently including
Involvement of senior management
Involvement of link departments (eg. Library student administration academic staff)
Appointment of a relationship manager
Creation and propagation of protocols and responsibilities
There must be real benefits for both partners. If the partnership is
successfully established it will provide
Shared financial commitment
Mutual learning professional development
Increased research capacity
Widening markets / programs / opportunities
23 Thank you
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