Chapter 18: Cross-Border Delivery: Projects, Programs, and Providers
Cross-Border Delivery: Projects, Programs, and Providers
Cross-border education is not a new concept. The spread of religious education across the globe over many decades is but one example that attests to its historical significance. Knight (2006) describes cross border education as
higher education that takes place in situations where the teacher, student, program, institution/provider or course materials cross-national jurisdictional borders. Cross-border education may include higher education by public/private and not-for-profit/for–profit providers. It encompasses a wide range of modalities in a continuum from face-to-face (taking various forms from students travelling abroad and campuses abroad) to distance learning (using a range of technologies and including e-learning). (p. 18)
One could therefore conclude that cross-border education is a catch-all phase that provides a ...