ABOUT THE EVENT
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“Education Innovation” could mean something different for an educator, a technologist, a corporate and for students. In this constantly evolving sector, we must find ways to accommodate changes in institutional demands, demographics, technology, student needs, pedagogical trends, political pressures, employability and other challenges.
If the robots are coming to change the nature of the world of work, how can the education sector respond? How can the sector today help create a workforce that can do tomorrow’s jobs? To what extent can education technology help? Are universities adequately equipped to be as agile as they now need to be? Where the opportunities for foreign collaboration?
Join EPG and the University of London to discuss these ideas at the Education Innovation Conference on 23rd January 2018 in London. The last two years of the EIC have seen major delegations of Vice Chancellors, skills providers, leading public policy thinkers, edtech companies and investors from around the world attending to discuss collaboration in this area. This year’s conference will attract more than 200 attendees, with delegates from over a dozen countries already confirmed.
For more information, call +44 (0) 20 7993 6851 / +91 (0) 89513 52072 or look on the bottom right of your screen now to chat live to one of our team. Please note our T&Cs.
We will be hosting three special workshops for 15-20 attendees at a time, strictly be pre-booking only, on the following topics:
Workshop 1 – Informed Strategy Planning: using big data on real-time student demand: This session presents real-time insights into student interest for selected countries and cities and how to use these insights to target international students, but also to determine where to open new campuses around the globe. Full details.
Workshop 2 – Doing Business in India: Aimed at UK and other universities targeting collaborations with India. Full details.
Workshop 3 – Developing International Strategies for Universities from Emerging Markets: Especially for international delegates who would like to learn from the UK’s strong experience in setting up support for International Students. Full details.
Secretary-General, Magna Carta Observatory
Leading education reformer; former Partner, McKinsey & Company, Pakistan
Director-General, Indian Chamber of Commerce
Director, Education Innovation Chair, University of Zaragoza
Director, Higher Education Policy Institute
Director of International Development, Northumbria University
Director Analytics and Consulting Team, StudyPortals
Professor and Dean of the College of Business Administration, A’Sharqiyah University, Ibra, Oman
Regional Director, Education and Society, Wider Europe, British Council
Secretary General, Association of Commonwealth Universities (ACU)
Pro Vice Chancellor, Bournemouth University
Senior Partner, Khaitan Legal Associates
Chancellor, University of Birmingham
Pro Vice-Chancellor (International) and Chief Executive of the University of London International Programmes, University of London
Director for the Directorate of Education and Skills, OECD
Senior Manager, EPG Economic and Strategic Consulting
Research Chair In Innovation Studies, Tshwane University Of Technology
Managing Director, EPG Economic and Strategic Consulting
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For more information, call +44 (0) 20 7993 6851 / +91 (0) 89513 52072 or look on the bottom right of your screen now to chat live to one of our team.
Venue: Beveridge Hall, Senate House, University of London, Malet Street, London, WC1E 7HU, UK.