Challenging higher education: Centre for Global Higher Education 2019 Annual Conference

3rd April 2019 : 09:00 - 17:30

Category: Conference

Research Group: Higher Education

Speaker: Michael Shattock, University College London

Location: Jeffrey Hall, UCL Institute of Education, London

Convener: Simon Marginson

The conference will include the 2019 Burton R Clark lecture on higher education, titled ‘University governance and academic work: the business model and its impact on innovation and creativity’ from Professor Michael Shattock. The conference is free but registration is essential.

Conference Information

2019 Burton R Clark lecture on higher education – University governance and academic work: the ‘business model’ and its impact on innovation and creativity
Michael Shattock

On a learning curve: new realities for higher education in a changing global context
Marijk van der Wende

Transforming university teaching
Paul Ashwin

Panel on Brexit, UK and worldwide higher education
Ellen Hazelkorn (Chair), CGHE
Lucy Shackleton, UUK
Ludovic Highman, QS

David Palfreyman, University of Oxford
Nick Hillman, HEPI

Parallel sessions

Inward international students in China and their implications for global common goods
Lin Tian and Nian Cai Liu

What are public goods of Japan’s higher education?
Futao Huang and Kiyomi Horiuchi

Pulling apart? Demand for cognitive skills and changes in graduate earnings inequality: Evidence from across Europe in the 21st century
Golo Henseke and Francis Green

Do you hear what graduates are saying? A study of job searches and career development of Chinese graduates from UK universities
Ka Ho Mok

Recent trends in UK university-industry research cooperation: torn between ‘localisation’ and ‘globalisation’?
Robert Tijssen, Alfredo Yegros and Wouter van de Klippe

Brexit, emotions and identity dynamics in Higher Education
Vassiliki Papatsiba and Simon Marginson

Three stories of differentiation and the quest for a balanced higher education system
Vincent Carpentier

Market exit: The implications for public and private higher education in the UK
Stephen Hunt and Vikki Boliver

‘First in the family’ university graduates in England
Morag Henderson, Nikki Shure and Anna Adamecz-Volgyi

Student loan repayment and the consequences of borrowing among United States college students
Stephen L. DesJardins and KC Deane

Negotiated local orders: A cross-national comparison of university governance and leadership
Jurgen Enders, Aniko Horvath and Michael Shattock

A delicate balance: Optimising individual aspirations and institutional missions in higher education
Celia Whitchurch and Giulio Marini

For more information, including abstracts visit the Centre for Global Higher Education’s event page.

Conference Programme

Download the full conference programme.

About the Department of Education

In 2019, the University of Oxford’s Department of Education celebrates the 100th year since the passing of a statute creating what was known in 1919 as the University Department for the Training of Teachers. To celebrate our centenary a year-long series of activities will be delivered to address some of the department’s top initiatives for 2019, answer some of the big questions facing education today and to reveal the advancements the department has made to the study of and research in the field of education. Join us as we mark our 100th year and discover more about our anniversary here.

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