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The conference for leaders of international education, Going Global 2021

Be part of the world's largest open forum for leaders in international tertiary education by registering for Going Global 2021, taking place online over an insightful three days from 15-17 June 2021.

The Future Of Global Value Chains in the Post‐COVID-19 Economy

The debate has long begun, however, over whether the world economy has already de-globalized — and whether extraordinary global events such as Covid-19 pandemic have shaken the global economy...

Experts to discuss what a post-Covid world might look like

In the online event ‘Escaping to a post-Covid world’, a group of University experts from clinical and respiratory medicine to public health, as well as education and social work...

University of Macau to hold seminar on relations between China and...

The University of Macau (UM) will hold a seminar titled ‘Global Governance and the Development of Relations between China and Portuguese-speaking Countries in the New Context’ on 13 April.

Intelligence Augmentation: AI Empowering People to Solve Global Challenges

AI Empowering People to Solve Global Challenges on March 25, 2021 from 9:00am-3:00pm PT.

The Future of Hong Kong Economy

The first of this series, entitled “The Future of Hong Kong Economy”, will take place on Friday, December 4, 2020.

Australian Training Awards Finalists represent the best in VET

Outstanding achievement in vocational education and training (VET) has been recognised, with 75 finalists from across Australia announced in the 2020 Australian Training Awards.

Meeting the Challenge of Student Mobility in a Global Pandemic

Internationalisation in higher education is facing unprecedented challenges because of the global pandemic Covid-19.

Top admissions experts launch new festival to help applicants choose a...

The event will be hosted by Poets&Quants Editor-in-Chief, John A. Byrne, and bestselling MBA author and columnist for Forbes, BBC, and formerly Bloomberg and The Economist, Matt Symonds.

Debate: Experts Responsibility in Media Coverage of the Coronavirus

How critical should journalists be? Can the relationship between expert and journalist become too close? Should the expert always participate?
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