COVID-19 outbreak has dramatically shaken the global professional higher education sector creating a lot of challenges for teachers, students and institutions’ leadership. The existing health crisis keeps on revolutionizing online learning, assessment and application processes on a daily basis and has questioned how the applied research may be conducted in the times of uncertainty.
In response to that, EURASHE is organising an online debate aiming to share the best practices from the members, understand what are the common threats for the PHE institutions and how to see opportunities in the times of uncertainty.
The webinar will take place on 19 May 2020 from 15:00 to 16:30 (CEST) on Zoom.
The speakers of the debate will touch upon the following issues:
- Online learning: will we stick to that?
- Students’ assessment and newcomers;
- Cooperation with the world of work and students’ placements;
- Financial challenges and the role of the Governments;
- International students and mobility: how to act in a more insular world?
- Post Coronavirus reality: what does it mean for the professional higher education sector? Where lays the biggest threats and opportunities?
The participants of the event are encouraged to send their questions before the meeting or raise them during the debate in the Zoom chatbox.
Speakers of the event are:
- Mrs Barbara BROOIJMANS, Director of International Relations, Haute École Ephec (EPHEC), Belgium
- Mr Mihnea Costoiu, Rector, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest, Romania
- Mrs Vanessa Debiais-Sainton, Head of the Unit, European Commission
- Dr. Devanshu Patel, President, Parul University, India
- Dr. Joseph Ryan, CEO, Technological Higher Education Association (THEA), Ireland
The discussion will be moderated by Stéphane Lauwick, President of EURASHE.
PHE@HOME Info Days
PHE@Home Info Days is a part of the campaign which consists of the series of webinars on different topics, such as Future of skills, Work-based learning, Microcredentials, lessons learnt from COVID-19 and others.
The event will serve as a platform for a community discussion on the relevant issues, also it will provide an opportunity to discuss how the existing health crisis might affect the sector and what coordinated actions could be implemented in order to prevent any possible future harm. The webinars will take place in the same time framework as the postponed 30th Annual Conference but will not replace the event.
Check out the series of webinars here.