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UNIVERSITY OF CAPE TOWN, CAPE TOWN, SOUTH AFRICA

March 5-7, 2023

On March 5-7, 2023, the University of Cape Town and IE University will host the 13th edition of “Reinventing Higher Education”, a conference designed to examine issues set to impact academia, government, and the private sector, as their future workforce continues to face an ever-changing environment. The event, hosted by UCT in Cape Town, will gather experts from all continents to address questions critical to academia, government and the private sector on the role of universities as global agents of innovation and the need for education systems to be responsive as well as catalysts for positive change in our societies.

The theme for the 2022 conference will be “New Humans, New Society, New Higher Education” and it will address key questions on the values behind constant and speedy changes and in the differences between the future for the global south / north, inclusion, diversity and accessibility in the current context, and responsible and cohesive leadership in higher education in the midst of global geopolitical tensions.

Launched in 2010 at IE University, Reinventing Higher Education is a symposium organized in collaboration with the IE Foundation. The overarching aim of the Conference is to provide a platform where university administrators, policy makers, entrepreneurs and top managers, academics, student representatives and media experts can meet to discuss the current status and future evolution of Higher Education (HE), and debate the direction research, learning, governance and management of universities should now take.

RHE NETWORK

+215

Speakers

+25

Countries

5

Continents

VENUE

University of Cape Town

Rondebosch, Cape Town

South Africa

CONTACT

Ms. Igone Jayo
igone.jayo@ie.edu
Tl: (+34) 91 568 82 26

My talk from #ieRHE @UniLUISS is now avaliable here (starts at 21:00) https://bit.ly/3JLXskd
How to tackle the #greentransformation in and with #universities #leadership #governance with data from @euatweets
Watch the many interesting panels on the same link.
@IEuniversity

“Si la gente encuentra tóxico hablar de los nazis o de Franco está perdiendo acceso a conocimientos” https://elpais.com/educacion/2021-11-27/si-la-gente-encuentra-toxico-hablar-de-los-nazis-o-de-franco-esta-perdiendo-acceso-a-conocimientos.html?ssm=TW_CC vía @el_pais gran entrevista de @anatorres8 a @acgrayling en la conferencia #IERHE de @IEuniversity en #Roma cc @SantiagoIniguez @yolandaregodon @iefelix

#Students on how universities respond to their different needs when it comes to teaching styles, the new flexibilities of learning, and the prospects of their lives on campus. Great coverage of #IErhe Conference in @IEuniversity student media The Stork.
https://www.iestork.org/the-stork-in-rome-reinventing-higher-education-conference/

Clases poscovid deben retomar socializaciĂłn y vivencias: rector Tec https://tec.mx/es/noticias/nacional/institucion/clases-poscovid-deben-retomar-socializacion-y-vivencias-rector-tec?&utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=social-media&utm_campaign=addtoany @david_garza @TecdeMonterrey en #ierhe @IEuniversity @UniLUISS @SantiagoIniguez @ProfPrencipe

African academics should not fear the recruitment of remotely based Western scholars as these experts can help to build institutional expertise in strategically important areas, @PatrickAwuahJr, president of Ghana’s @Ashesi university, has said. #ieRHE
https://bit.ly/3oBT2m7

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