The European Consortium of Innovative Universities will explore different scenarios for higher education by 2040 and help shape future thinking with a strong learner perspective on new models and approaches to teaching and learning.
A child born today will not graduate from a European university until around 2040. The question is what type of university education will they experience in another 20 years from now? How will universities have responded by 2040 to the major challenges and forces of change facing our societies, and the higher education sector in particular? The student voice is central to this unique future-focused symposium as we discuss "learning for tomorrow, today". Students feature throughout the event as we seek to challenge conventional institutional thinking and to re-imagine the teaching and learning experience for better futures - for all.
This event, that will take place on 6 November in Brussels, is being organised by the Steering Committee on Innovation in Teaching and Learning of the European Consortium of Innovative Universities (ECIU). The European Students’ Union, European Commission, European Parliament and EUA are part of the programme.
The detailed programme and registration are available on the event webpage.