Engaging minds, unlocking talent

4-5 July 2019, Madrid, Spain

What is the THE  Europe Student Success Forum?

Times Higher Education, the company behind the world’s most influential university rankings and with five decades’ experience as a source of analysis and insight, is gathering higher education leaders in Madrid for the 2019 THE  Europe Student Success Forum.

This thought-provoking and inspiring event will enable leaders, institutional managers in higher education and those in related industries, to meet, learn and debate the best initiatives and newest ideas for achieving student success.

Join the forum to be the first to find out which institutions are delivering superb teaching and learning at the exclusive launch of the THE  Europe Teaching Rankings 2019. Discover which institutions have risen up the rankings – and which have dropped down – and gain an understanding of the rankings data and methodology.

A data masterclass will examine the latest THE  data insights on student success and will analyse trends. We will host a discussion on the most effective methodologies, the impact of international rankings on higher education in Europe, and the best student-success strategies that European higher education institutions can adopt.

Additionally, the forum will explore how new technological tools are enabling dynamic approaches – including the emergence of flexible learning and teaching environments – which lead to higher performance, excellence in knowledge transfer and student success. We will also examine society’s increased desire for lifelong learning and how this is reshaping higher education.

Join us for this inspiring forum, which will provide insight and food for thought – plus an excellent opportunity to network with other influential leaders and influencers of European higher education.

Our speakers

Giuseppe Auricchio
Executive director, Learning Innovation Unit
IESE Business School, University of Navarra
Phil Baty
Chief knowledge officer
Jorge Candás
Portfolio Management and Services (Europe)
Marie-Céline Daniel
Vice-president for education and lifelong learning
Sorbonne University
Roisin Donnelly
Head of learning development, College of Business
Technological University Dublin
Moira Fischbacher-Smith
Assistant vice-president for learning and innovation
University of Glasgow
Belén Gancedo
Head of education
Guillermo Garcia del Barrio
Director of campus planning and management
University of Navarra
Alfonso Sánchez-Tabernero
University of Navarra
Andreas Vaterlaus
Vice-rector for curriculum development
ETH Zurich

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