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The growing internationalisation of higher education has enabled universities to become gateways to the world, providing access to
international excellence and becoming beacons of diversity.
Higher education leaders therefore have a critical role supporting the response of governments, industry and civic society to the great
challenges of the future. The massification of higher education is forcing the leaders of established, elite research universities to re-evaluate
their public roles. Openness, rather than exclusivity is the emerging operating model of the 21st century.
So how can excellence be kept sustainable? What is the role of the modern graduate in the 21st century? How can higher education
institutions work more effectively with their host cities and governments? Can models of partnerships move from bi-lateral agreements
to multi-lateral ‘gentle anarchy’?
Join us to discuss, debate and discover new models of collaboration for a better world.
Who should attend?
Vice-chancellors, rectors, presidents, deputy presidents, vice-presidents and distinguished scholars representing higher education and governments along with industries and businesses with close links to both sectors.
Professor Coaldrake has held his current position since 2003, having previously been deputy vice-chancellor at QUT. He is a former chair of Universities Australia and of Queensland’s Public Sector Management Commission. He has also written several books, including most recently (with Lawrence Stedman) Raising the Stakes: Gambling with the Future of Universities.
Tricia King recently became a vice-president at CASE after 20 years in UK higher education leadership roles, most recently as pro vice-master for strategic engagement at Birkbeck, University of London. She has previously served as director of marketing, recruitment and admissions at Roehampton University and as head of marketing at York St John University.
Professor Yeon-Cheon Oh took up his current role in 2015, having previously been president of Seoul National University. He is a former chairman of the Industry Development Advisory Committee and the Korea Evaluation Institute of Industrial Technology at the Ministry of Knowledge and Economics. He is also former chairman of the Judicial Policy Advisory Committee.
Professor Casals took up his current position at Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona (UPF) in 2013, having previously served as executive vice-president of the university’s Continuing Education Institute, vice-rector for teaching staff and vice-rector for postgraduate and doctoral studies. He is also a full professor of Philosophy and a senior fellow of the Institute for Catalan Studies.
Professor Borrás is head of the Department of Business and Politics at Copenhagen Business School, and visiting professor at CIRCLE (Center for Innovation, Research and Competences in the Learning Economy), Lund University, Sweden. She is also on the board of directors of the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm.