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Bangkok: UNESCO Bangkok, 2006, 70 p.ISBN 92-9223-087-5

(A collaborative project of the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO and the Asia-Pacific Quality Network (APQN)


Section I: Introduction
1.1 Intended Use of the Toolkit
1.2 UNESCO/OECD Guildelines

Section II: Cross-border Education
2.1 Definitnion - What is 'Cross-border' Education?
2.2 Changing Nature of Cross-boarder Education
2.3 Types of Cross-border Education
2.4 Factors that can Lead to Problems with Quality
2.5 Quality Issues and Implications

Section III: Regulatory Frameworks - Receiver Countries
3.1 Functions of a Regulatory Framework
3.2 Types of Regulatory Framework
3.3 Factors Influencing the Choice and Design of Systems
3.4 Setting Up a Regulatory Framework
3.5 Preparation, Implementation and Enforcement
3. 6 Conclusion

Section IV: Regulatory Frameworks - Provider Coountries
4.1 Why Provider Countries Should Consider Regulation
4.2 Approaches to Regulation
4.3 Defining the Scope of Regulation - Breadth of Coverage
4.4 Defining the Scope of Regulation - Depth of Coverage
4.5 Criteria for Accreditation
4.6 Preparation, Implementation and Enforcement
4.7 Conclusion

Section V: Examples of Regulatory Frameworks
5.1 Mainland China, People’s Republic of China – Receiver
5.2 Hong Kong, People’s Republic of China – Receiver Example
5.3 Malaysia – Receiver Example
5.4 New Zealand – Receiver Example
5.5 New Zealand – Provider Example
5.6 Australia – Provider Example
5.7 United Kingdom – Provider Example
5.8 USA – Provider Example

Section VI: Glossary
Section VII: References and Links


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