QS Higher Ed Summit: China

By H. Young

Updated April 1, 2022 Updated April 01

Would you like to learn Chinese Universities’ strategy to increase local and international student numbers despite the pandemic?

Are you keen to understand how Chinese universities succeeded in improving their average rank in 2022?

If so, register for the virtual QS Higher Ed Summit: China on 13-14 April 2022!

The Summit will focus on “Knowledge Environments: Expanding education during and after the pandemic” and aims to gather local and international Chinese Higher Education experts to provide a roadmap to China’s success and explore what aspects of this region’s strategy can be replicated in other countries.

The four main topics debated will be:

  • The ‘’Growth and Opportunities’’ sessions will debate what are the influences impacting the decision-making of leaders in the region and how universities, both within and outside of the region, can prepare for the future; 

  • The ‘’Exporting Research’’ sessions will explore what opportunities exist for international and cross-sectorial collaboration and how research initiatives are changing over time in the region; 

  • ‘’Creating a New Destination Market’’ will investigate what can be learnt from China’s success, why students are attracted to it as a study destination and how this can be sustained 

  • The ‘’New Virtual Education’’ sessions will aim to reveal what are the challenges to offering online and virtual education in China and what considerations need to be made in developing new opportunities for teaching and learning

QS China Summit speakers line up include:

  • Irwin King, Director, Centre for ELearning Innovation and Technology (ELITE), The Chinese University of Hong Kong

  • Prof. Dr. Themin Suwardy, Associate Provost, Singapore Management University

  • Winnie Eley, Secretary to Governing Board of CityU (Dongguan), City University of Hong Kong

  • Prof. Pei-Shan Tsai, Dean of Office of Global Engagement & Professor of Nursing, Taipei Medical University

  • Dr. Miguel Antonio Lim, Senior Lecturer in Education and International Development, The University of Manchester

  • Prof. Leonard K. Cheng, President, Lingnan University

  • Prof. Nigel Healey, Interim Provost and Deputy President, University of Limerick

  • Martin Lockett, Dean and Professor in Strategic Management, Nottingham University Business School China

The Summit represents an excellent opportunity for you to join hundreds of higher education leaders from China and the region coming together to network, create strategic partnerships, and learn more about China’s education sector latest trends.  

You can reserve a free limited access ticket or a full access ticket here.

This article was originally published in March 2022 . It was last updated in April 2022

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