Tracks and Topics
Higher education in MENA has been moving from strength to strength, improving in the QS World University Rankings and attracting increasing numbers of international students. What does it take to become a world-class university in the region? Where are the barriers and opportunities for providers and how should they approach them? Will the future see a different understanding of world-class, or will it remain the same?
The knowledge and start-up economies are a burgeoning field, and governments globally are looking towards them as economic drivers of the future. How can universities engage in this area and assist students and graduates to develop the skills needed to become an entrepreneur? Where are the knowledge gaps and what is best practice for helping students develop these skills? How are the challenges and opportunities different by each MENA country and what can be learnt?
The Middle East and Africa have aspirations to become economic powers, and several countries have released plans to overhaul their economies. What is needed form universities to assist in this? What partnerships should be created to prepare for the changes in the coming years?
The Middle East and Africa are undergoing significant changes in their economies. The region has significant opportunity to increase their economic output through diversifying their areas of expertise and tapping into underrepresented groups. How can higher education help build knowledge economies in the region? Where do opportunities lie? What are the case studies the Middle East and Africa can use to achieve their goals?
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