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OECD Institutional Management in Higher Education

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Higher Education in a World Changed Utterly: Doing More with Less

2010 OECD General Conference, Paris 13-15 September 2010

How can universities achieve effective and efficient results at a time of greater demand with fewer resources?

Learn how the higher education sector including governments, institutions and individuals can lead the way to sustainable recovery.

 

 

Read the blogs
The Countdown Begins for the IMHE General Conference

Social justice, globalisation and the economic crisis by Heather  Eggins Institute for Education Policy Research, Staffordshire University, UK

The global achievement gap by Michelle Asha Cooper, Ph.D., President, Institute for Higher Education Policy (IHEP)

Higher education reform -- everyone's doing it  by Bahram Bekhradnia, Director, Higher Education Policy Institute

Academics’ ways of working - urgent changes needed?  by Marilyn Leask  Professor of Education Dean of Education, Sport and Tourism, University of Bedfordshire, UK

Higher Education’s New Global Challenge by Dr. Charles B. Reed, Chancellor, The California State University, USA

Doing More with Less? by Janyne M. Hodder, Past President, The College of The Bahamas, Member, Administrative Board, International Association of Universities

Policymaking by Numbers? by Professor Ellen Hazelkorn Director of Research and Enterprise and Dean of the Graduate Research School, Dublin Institute of Technology

Skilled students are the way out of the crisis, Bert Vandenkendelaere, Chairperson, European Students' Union (ESU)

- Is Europe making the grade? OECD Insights Blog

- The OECD & Higher Education in a World Changed Utterly, GlobalHigherEd blog

- 'A World Changed Utterly' InsideHigherEd

 

 

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Read the live coverage on University World News:

- Push towards innovative funding methods

- Higher education challenges in Russia, Poland

- Recession leads MIT to consider paywall

- Branch campuses are 'hollow shells'

- Huge US university 'doing more with less'

- Higher Education conference attacks rankings

- US can learn from Bologna process

- Changes looming in global student market

- Universities must "play to their strengths"

 

 

 

More on Higher Education:

- How higher education can help economic recovery, by Mary-Louise Kearney and Richard Yelland

- Conference discussion paper

- Interview: Richard Yelland talks to University World News

- See latest IMHE newsletter featuring the post-crisis reality for tertiary education

UK Secretary of State's views and aspirations on Higher Education

Lord Digby Jones calls for a radical overhaul of higher education so that universities offer more vocational courses

Universities UK Report:The future is more than just tomorrow: Higher education, the economy and the longer term

OECD 2009 conference on Higher Education at a Time of Crisis: Challenges and Opportunities

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