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Webinar “Strategic planning for Mediterranean higher education institutions in times of crisis” by UNIMED and AACSB on October 14th

UNIMED and AACSB,  the world’s oldest and largest business school association, have teamed up to co-host various sessions aimed at encouraging the exchange of ideas and best practices across the Mediterranean region. The sessions will create a platform and bring together members from these two prestigious educational networks. 

The first session on the role of business and management higher education in aiding economic recovery and development was held on October 7th, 2020 and counted on valuable contributions by distinguished speakers.

The second session will focus on ‘Strategic planning for Mediterranean higher education institutions in times of crisis’ and will be held on Wednesday, 14 October 2020 from 11:00 to 12:00 (CEST).

Following on from the first session, the second discussion will be centered around how universities and business schools in the Mediterranean region have successfully executed and pivoted their institutional strategies to react as a result of an economic, political or humanitarian crisis. Before opening up the discussion to the floor, our invited speakers will highlight some of the successes and failures of their strategic planning process and execution in times of crisis.

Find out more on our speakers here and register to this second session here.

Who Should Attend

We would like to welcome all representatives from educational institutions across the Mediterranean region to participate in this series of virtual sessions.The institution must be a member of either AACSB or UNIMED.

Contact Us

If you have any questions or issues, please don’t hesitate to contact Richard Magennis, Manager – Membership from AACSB, or Ludovica De Benedetti, Outreach and Comms Officer from UNIMED. 

Recording – Virtual AACSB and UNIMED Collaborative Session 1

PowerPoint Presentation Slides Session 1 

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