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EURIE 2019: a new occasion for Eurasian Higher Education Institutions to foster cooperation

From 27th February to 1st March 2019 in Istanbul will be held the annual Eurasia Higher Education Summit, EURIE. During the event, the attendees will have the opportunity to join and share ideas, experiences and best practices for the internationalization of higher education, while networking with potential partners and internationalise their academic work.

On that occasion, EURIE, considered as e a “meeting point” for international higher education representatives willing to connect and cooperate with other parts of the world, will host UNIMED, one of the collaborative partners of the summit. This year, EURIE reaches its fourth edition and will feature an exhibition and a conference to widen the knowledge, networks and collaboration opportunities of the participants.

This three-days event has the potential of generating partnership opportunities for academic collaboration, student/ staff exchanges and many other joint ventures. The summit is open to a wide range of stakeholders in the higher education sector, as well as to other persons such as the staff, language schools, marketing service providers, international student service companies, public agencies for higher education, research and innovation…

This event represents an opportunity to deepen both their knowledge and their networks . They come together and have the possibility to explore novelties, discuss challenges in higher education and trends, as well as suggest innovative solutions.

It is possible to register here for the event and consult the full programme of workshops and plenary sessions here.

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