Rethinking higher education - Brussels - 27 Aug 2019 12:30

We are pleased to present our next report, ”Rethinking higher education”.
Just as for our last event, you can bring guests from your network. For more on this, see below.

The way that higher education is thought and understood is facing comprehensive structural transformation. With technological advances among the most important drivers for this change, the educational paradigm in the digital economy will be re-imagined in new ways to meet the rapid societal and demographic changes as well as a more automated and fluid job market in the shape of more flexible and innovative alternatives to traditional education models. New actors are already itching to shake up the conventional models, and meanwhile, students’ expectations and demands are sharpened. Some central questions that arise are:

  • What are the implications of a digitally transformed higher education?
  • How is the higher education landscape evolving?
  • Will the ’value’ of university education decline in the future?
  • And, how do we ensure that the education paradigm is future-proofed?

Join us and hear when we present the Institute’s latest research, and get a copy of the report (exclusive to CIFS members).

The event is held at WOOD.BE

Allée Hof ter Vleestdreef 3 - B-1070 Brussels

August 27, 2019 at 12:00 to 14:00

We are looking forward to see you at an exciting event with networking and stimulating debate.

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