Working with Partners
Transnational Academic Group (TAG) formerly known as Transnational Education (TNE) partners with well-established globally renowned universities to bring research driven and relevant higher education opportunities to the students of emerging market nations. Our vision is to build human capacity across all sectors, particularly business, science, medicine, technology and energy.
TAG develops people who develop nations.
Trans National Academic Group (TAG) partners with universities and other higher education organisations that have a strong international orientation and that are committed to the delivery of their programmes in emerging nations. TAG provides a platform for these universities to enhance their global presence while minimising financial and reputational exposure.
TAG university and academic partnerships include Lancaster University Ghana, and also Murdoch University Dubai which is managed by the sister concern Global Institute Middle East.
Successful offshore campuses deliver high-quality, relevant programmes, they are engaged with the local community, and they facilitate a research agenda that is aligned to a regional context. TAG provides university partners with access to local industry, government agencies and other organisations. It also supports the university’s research agenda in a localised context. Of equal importance, TAG provides world-class teaching and learning infrastructure and it sources highly qualified faculty and staff for the offshore campus.
Trans National Academic Group University Pathway Programme prepares students for successful study in undergraduate programmes. TAG provides students with the opportunity to receive a world-class education in Africa or abroad. Upon completion of TAG University Pathway Programme in Africa, students can enrol at one of our partner universities abroad, or remain in Africa to study at Lancaster University Ghana or other Africa based partner universities. Well-ranked universities are welcome to partner with TAG University Pathway Programme thereby enabling students the opportunity to enrol on one of their undergraduate programmes.