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Future Students. Future Universities. Future Jobs – EURASHE 29th Annual Conference

29th EURASHE Annual Conference: Call for contributions is open

EURASHE has launched a call for contributions for its 29th Annual Conference ‘Future Students. Future Universities. Future Jobs. Professional Higher Education in the changing world.’ The conference will take place in Budapest (Hungary) on 16-17 May 2019 and will be hosted by the Hungarian Rectors’ Conference (MRK) with the support of the Ministry of Human Capacities of Hungary.

EURASHE invite universities of applied sciences’ leaders, the entire community of professional higher education, European businesses, public institutions and European students’ representatives to attend the Annual Conference and share their experience and learn about trends, models and inspiring practices.

We welcome to submit two types of contributions:

  • Breakout sessions: Each interactive parallel breakout session would be attended by about 30 participants. The breakout sessions should be organised in an interactive way as workshops to encourage discussions between the participants. The structure can e.g. include an overview, followed by group discussions. We expect to accept about 8 proposals for this year’s conference. The length of the proposal: 90 minutes.
  • Good practice examples: 2-3 brief examples of good practice will be presented together within blocks parallel to breakout sessions. The length of the proposal: 30 minutes.

Presenting at EURASHE’s Annual conference allows to reach a wide audience and will give you visibility prior and during the Conference. In addition one reduced fee will be provided per contribution (special conditions will be applied to Students or Students’ representative).

Contributions have to be submitted exclusively online on EURASHE website. The deadline for submission is Thursday 31 January, 2019 at 12.00 pm (noon) CET Brussels-time.

More information about the Conference and the Call for contributions here.