How should we understand international and global higher education – who is right, who is wrong and what do YOU think? | University of Oxford

How should we understand international and global higher education – who is right, who is wrong and what do YOU think?

Speaker
Rachel Brooks - Professor of Higher Education, UCL, Maia Chankseliani - Associate Professor of Comparative and International Education, Oxford University, Ariane de Gayardon - Research Associate UCL Institute of Education, UCL, Simon Marginson - Professor of Higher Education, Oxford University , Tristan McCowan - Professor of International Education, UCL, David Mills - Associate Professor, Pedagogy and the Social Sciences, Oxford University
Event date
Event time
12:00 - 14:00
Venue
Department of Education
15 Norham Gardens
Oxford
OX2 6PY
Venue details

Seminar room B

Event type
Lectures and seminars
Event cost
Free
Disabled access?
Yes
Booking required
Not required

Panel discussion.

Fields of knowledge are a swirling, fluid and ever-changing combination of different ideas, old and new, with overlaps and breaks between them. The final seminar in our series brings together the six speakers from the preceding weeks into a panel format where they will exchange with each other and with an active participant audience. Speakers will each succinctly summarise the perspectives, frameworks and theories with which they understand international and global higher education, noting the similarities and differences between them. Two members of the participant audience who have been active in discussion in the preceding weeks will comment and the discussion will flow from there.