Modern graduates: citizens of the world or citizens of nowhere?

Panel discussion on the importance of internationalisation featuring the leaders of some of the world's most prestigious universities

October 17, 2017

In this session from the 2017 Times Higher Education World Academic Summit, the leaders of some of the world’s most prestigious universities compare the roles and responsibilities of their institutions in being global hubs and creating knowledge economies that span the world (set within the context of a recent rise in more nationalist political agendas).

On the panel: Phil Baty, editorial director, global rankings, Times Higher Education; Andrew Hamilton, president, New York University; Sabine Kunst, president, Humboldt University of Berlin; Peter Mathieson, president and vice-chancellor, the Hong Kong University; and Santa Ono, president and vice-chancellor, the University of British Columbia.

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