There are several options for transnational higher education institutions (HEIs) to develop and expand in a crowded and competitive market, so they should constantly assess their own relevance and innovation. To meet the constantly evolving needs of a diverse range of students, they must evaluate current programmes and explore opportunities for new programme offerings.
The constant growth sometimes lead to a number of issues, such as a lack of portfolio coherence or even a mismatch with an institution’s principles and identity. Nearly all TNHEs struggle with the process of ending long-running, poorly performing programmes and substituting them with stronger ones.
In order to match learners’ expectations post COVID, delivery methods are likewise evolving quickly. TNHEs must have a clear plan for using online, blended, hybrid, and face-to-face learning. They must also understand how to use the technologies at their disposal to coordinate the participant’s whole life cycle, from initial enrollment to professional growth.