QS Higher Ed Summit: China 2022
Knowledge Environments: Expanding education during and after the pandemic
13-14 April 2022
The deadline to submit your proposal is 11 March 2022
Proposals will be evaluated on how well they fit within the theme and applicants will be informed about the outcome of the evaluation by 15 March 2022.
Tracks and Topics
The region continues to see larger numbers of international students and strengthen its reputation within international rankings. As demand for university education increases, the past successes of the region have created a solid foundation upon with to build. How did the region find itself in this position? Where are the greatest opportunities to grow? What influences are impacting the decision-making of leaders in the region? How can universities, both within and outside of the region, prepare for the future?
Research innovation and influence from within the region continues to grow and expand internationally, with several initiatives and plans underway to further build on its successes. Universities are also expanding their research output in new and innovative areas. How has it asserted itself within this area? What opportunities exist for international and cross-sectorial collaboration? How are research initiatives changing over time and where will the lead to?
Almost half a million international students have chosen the region as their study destination, a number that has remained stable despite the challenges of the pandemic. Many students are also coming from source countries different from those in other established study destinations, while the region continues to export its education models. What can be learnt from the region’s success? Why are students attracted to it as a study destination and how can this be sustained? How can different models of study be exported elsewhere?
Online and alternative modes of study have been very popular within the region, but new challenges mean this may change. As providers look towards offering online education and increasing access to underrepresented students, the region has the opportunity to develop its own methods of teaching learning. What are the challenges to offering online and virtual education? What considerations need to be made in developing opportunities for teaching and learning? Are there lessons that can be translated into new areas?
Submissions by non-academic institutions
Kindly note that there has been a revision in our submission policies. If a non-academic institution would like to present a paper at our conferences, please send in your enquiry to [email protected] and we will forward this to our conference chair for their consideration.
*Do note that there will be presenter fee applicable for non-academic institution.
Multiple submissions by academic institutions
All proposers of the said event are to abide to the following
Each approved presenter will only be scheduled to a single presentation slot in the program
Each institution is allowed up to three approved presentation slots, of which are to contain three different presenters.
The above policy has been put in place to ensure the delivery of a varied informative and well-tailored presentations by diverse prominent presenters of the global higher education sector.