Registration is open for the first of CGHE’s ‘Key debates in higher education’ seminars, What is ‘global’ about global higher education and why does it matter?
The one-day seminar will take place on Monday 24 April at Lancaster University, and will bring together leading academics in the field to address the following questions:
- How we theorise the global; and its relationship to the empirical
- The interplay between different disciplines to study the global and its relation to higher education research
- The relationship between academic work and the world of policy and practice
The event is open to all but registration via Lancaster University’s website is essential. Refreshments and lunch are included. Please note that places are limited and tickets will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.