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Transnational education (TNE) or cross-border education has been a growth area over the last decade. Existing typologies classify TNE either by the nature of the activity (eg, distance learning, franchise, and validation) or the part of the activity which is moving across borders (eg, programme mobility, institutional mobility). By analysing a large number of transnational partnerships around the world, this presentation illustrates the way that transnational partnerships are becoming increasingly multidimensional, blurring the boundaries between one type and another. It proposes new approaches to classifying types of transnational partnership.