Tuesday 20th May, 2014
9:00am to 4:30pm
How can the university long term strategy remain flexible and resilient in the face of changes to policy environments.
The nature of the demand driven system is under a spotlight. And university structures are undergoing a rethink around the need for more efficient models that will effectively balance the core university missions - teaching and learning, research _ with the commercial imperatives of modern universities.
The 2014 Higher Education Summit seeks to take forward the discussion on the post reform tertiary sector, considering some of the key challenges posed to the Australian University at a time of political change and rapid innovation in service delivery. The discussion will range from university structures, planning and strategy to governance, funding and innovation and excellence in teaching and learning and research.
The forum looks at a broad range of themes including:
Reviewing the demand driven system
Innovative university structures
Governance, accountability and sector resilience
Changing structures and the movements towards a demand driven VET system
Re-committing to the core mission of teaching and learning
Models for student engagement in a multi modal service system
Reshaping the rationale and approaches to international education
2 Day Summit (20-21 May 2014) : $2854.50 AUD
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