Higher Education Dialogues with British Council and NCUK
NCUK is delighted to be able to take part in the next Higher Education Dialogues series organised by British council.
As demand for higher education outstrips supply globally, will the current situation accelerate the growth of transnational education? The fast transformation of delivery models means that higher education could be delivered through a wide variety of programmes and platforms (distance learning programmes, teaching partnerships, offshore campuses and, increasingly Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)). What will be the new geographical spread of TNE and its impact? How will the current crisis influence the demand for distance learning?
As part of British Council’s #AtHome programme, this is a fantastic opportunity for you to connect with colleagues from across the world and share experiences. The theme of the discussion is ‘What is the future of transnational education?’ and the session will take place on Wednesday 17th June from 14.00-15.00 (GMT+1).
About the speakers
Professor John Brewer – Chief Executive Officer, The Northern Consortium (NCUK). With his unique and diverse background, John complements the ambitious growth plans for NCUK whilst continuously providing a high-quality service to partners and students. John previously held roles such as Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Pro-Vice-Chancellor at UK universities as well as having extensive commercial experience.
Professor Brewer will be also joined by Professor Sir Steve Smith, Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive of the University of Exeter; Professor Jennifer Watling, Pro-Vice-Chancellor for International at Manchester Metropolitan University and Dr Vafa Kazdal, Vice-Rector of Academic Affairs, ADA University (Azerbaijan).
This session will be moderated by Kate Joyce, Director of Higher Education and Science, British Council and you are invited to register your attendance by clicking here.
*Please submit questions in advance when you register and the panel will answer questions during the live session.