This Global Education Policy dialogue brings together key stakeholders and influencers so that they can reflect on and debate the challenges and opportunities facing international higher education. It will bring together tertiary and workforce policy makers at national and regional level, members of the business community and key practitioners from South Asia and the UK to examine these core themes.
- Increasing amounts of research investment is focussed on creating knowledge transfer and innovative partnerships with industry. Universities and their business partners are building global innovation networks in new ways. What does this mean for research strategy?
- Research networks – asset or liability?
- Sustainable research – funding solutions for partnerships
- Knowledge exchange and innovation – research in action
- Talent management and professional development – the 21st century researcher
- What are the professional development needs of tomorrow’s researchers and where have all the women researchers gone in this configuration?
- Intellectual property rights: whose research is it?
WHO CAN ATTEND?
This Global Education Dialogue is by invitation only. Participants be senior researchers and policy-makers, from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, UAE, UK and international research networks.
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