Factors Promoting Online Distance Educational Programs for International Students and the Impacts of the Covid19 Pandemic

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  • L. Magpili

Abstract

This paper investigates factors promoting U.S. online distance education programs for international students located in foreign countries. Using a strong foundation of literature research, the paper identifies six factors- (1) market demand and supply, (2) consumer preference and affordability, (3) ease in market entry and operational challenges, (4) internationalization and local relevance, (5) visa/ immigration and legal factors, and (6) quality and reputation. The factors are reviewed in the context of delivering engineering management education online abroad as Mode 1 service export. The paper is extended by discussions of the impacts of the Covid19 pandemic.

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2020-06-30

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L. Magpili. (2020). Factors Promoting Online Distance Educational Programs for International Students and the Impacts of the Covid19 Pandemic. Journal of Online Engineering Education, 11(1), 09–20. Retrieved from http://onlineengineeringeducation.com/index.php/joee/article/view/38

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