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|About Higher Education Summit 2014
With higher education a key driver in shaping cultural, social and economic well-being for all countries, in both good and challenging economic times, the requirement for a forward thinking education sector is paramount if it is to meet the demands for qualified professionals and research establishments. Academic institutions; government; business and industry all have a role to play in driving the agenda for students and researchers, improving the economy, and establishing New Zealand's place as a quality provider of higher education. It is these issues which are the foundation for this event.
Endorsed and supported by the leading higher education associations, this event is now into its 6th year and is New Zealand's leading event focusing on the key issues and developments for tertiary education. It brings together the senior representatives from across the higher education sector including universities; polytechnics and institutes of technology; Wãnanga; private training establishments; peak industry associations; heads of government departments and agencies; and accreditation bodies.
Presentations are made by senior professionals including Vice Chancellors and CEO's of leading higher education providers and representatives from government organizations. Themes for the 2014 event are New Directions and New Opportunities including: globalisation; collaboration; commercialisation; quality & standards; preparing students for future success; funding and the role of technology in modern education provision.
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If you attend one higher education event in 2014 then this is it!
Organisations that endorse and support this event include:
• Universities New Zealand
• Independent Tertiary Education New Zealand
• New Zealand Association for Open, Flexible and Distance Learning
• Independent Tertiary Institutions
Conference topics will cover the latest developments in higher education including:
• Government policy and initiatives
• New directions and opportunities
• Cross sector collaboration and with business and industry
• Globalisation and the international student market
• Quality and standards
• Role of technology in modern education provision
• Preparing students for future success
• Commercialisation of research
• Leadership in education
• Distance and e-learning
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