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Education GOES International

An indispensable guide to international online education programs

A compilation of country-by-country guidance focused on the most common regulatory and compliance issues facing online programs, such as authorization, accreditation, privacy and tax. We feature the 22 countries where online programs are most frequently offered.

How can Education GOES International help you?

A prestigious private university in the U.S. developed an overall compliance strategy for offering online courses to international students stranded abroad during the COVID-19 crises.

A leading education technology company accelerated the marketing of its programs internationally.

A large public university required the latest information on requirements in China.

Country-specific website disclosures were required by a start-up university offering English-language business programs in Europe.

The challenge

Now more than ever, education institutions are offering degree and non-degree programs online across borders.

But regulation of education varies widely across countries.

Clients that are not attuned to and do not comply with these different requirements may risk interruptions to their business and financial penalties.

Our solution

A comprehensive guide to online education programs across 22 countries.

Use our powerful search tools to focus on and compare the jurisdictions that matter to you.

Each country report covers issues related to the regulatory framework, program curriculum, marketing, admissions and enrolment, data privacy, taxes and more.

Access key insight, analysis and briefing notes from our Education practice.

Core team

William F. Ferreira

Partner,

Washington, D.C.

Stephanie J. Gold

Partner,

Washington, D.C.

Greg Ferenbach

Counsel,

Washington, D.C.