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Current Challenges/Desired Futures for Higher Education in Japan and the UK

University of Sussex, UK

Date: 27 & 28 February, 2017
Venue: Bramber House, University of Sussex, Brighton, UK 
 
This two-day seminar forms part of a research partnership between the University of Sussex (UK), and the Research Institute of Japan, UK and Europe (RIJUE)based at the University of Hiroshima, Japan.
 
Keynote presentations include:
 
• Dr Fumi Kitagawa, University of Edinburgh
Whither or Wither Universities? Perspectives from the UK and Japan
 
Professor Rosemary Deem, Royal Holloway College, University of London
 Trends and Developments in Doctoral Education
 
Presentations from researchers at the Universities of Sussex and Hiroshima will include:
 
Innovations and challenges in teaching and learning
Comparative contexts in doctoral education
Internationalisation and mobility
Equity and access to higher education
 
To find out more and to register for a programme, visit
or email Professor Louise Morley: l.morley@sussex.ac.uk

 
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