Universal Business School, Oxford is organising the Symposium
– Global Higher Education in the 21st Century –
Taking place at Balliol College, Oxford from the 27th to the 29th August 2014
The Symposium’s key theme has three sub-categories:
Day One: The Link between Academia and Industry
Day Two: The Potential impact of Technology on HE
Day Three: BRIC’s and the Quality Gap – how to overcome it
Delegates consist of eminent academics from around the World, business people and technologists. There are a number of high profile Keynote Speakers, and members of the UK government have also been invited. The aim is to expand on the debate of previous symposia held by UNESCO and the OECD and looking beyond the Millenium Development Goals, focusing on higher education and the need for it to become integrated with industry and technology providers.
If you would like further information or to register, please access: www.oxfordsymposium.com
Message from the President
Firstly, I would like to offer a very warm welcome to all our students (both current and prospective) and all those who visit our website. You can be assured that Universal Business School, Oxford is an excellent place to embark upon your studies. With highly qualified, expert staff, traditional facilities within Oxford and a personalized service, you could not be in better or safer hands in terms of fulfilling your educational aspirations and goals, and as most of our programmes are online and blended, you achieve the best balance of digital and face to face learning without having to give up your jobs.We pride ourselves on being able to offer all our students a high quality education by putting you, the learner, at the centre of all that we do. As such our pledge is to make sure we do everything we possibly can to maximize your potential by providing you with a learning experience, which is both challenging and stimulating. All that we ask in return is that you take your studies as seriously as we take our obligation to make sure that your time with us is a great experience from the viewpoint of both learner and teacher.
Professor Emeritus David Faulkner – MA DPhil (Oxon) BSC (Econ) London
President – Universal Business School, Oxford