BRICS & Emerging Economies Rankings 2014 exclusive launch round table

January 1, 1990

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In celebration of the inaugural Times Higher Education BRICS & Emerging Economies Rankings, we will be holding an exclusive and free-to-attend launch event hosted by Koc University, Istanbul on Thursday 5 December 2013

This intimate and exclusive launch for senior sector leaders will include the world’s first in-depth presentation of the rankings methodology and results, from THE rankings editor, Phil Baty, and a panel debate about the rise of emerging economy universities.

Location:

The Founders Hall
Koç Üniversity
Rumelifeneri
Yolu 34450
Sarıyer
Ä°stanbul

Click here to see Koç University on Google Maps

 

Launch programme

09:30 – 10:00
Registration

10:00 – 10:15
Welcome and introduction, Prof. Umran Inan

10:15 – 11.15
Exclusive worldwide launch of the BRIC & Emerging Economies Rankings 2014
Methodology of the Rankings, Evolution of the New Initiative, Key Findings of the New Exercise, by Phil Baty, Times Higher Education rankings editor

11:15 –11:30
Q&A

11:30 –11.45
Coffee break

11.45 –12.45
Round table discussions, chaired by Prof. Umran Inan
The Challenges and Opportunities for Universities in the Emerging Economies

12:45 – 14:00
Lunch, Tower Restaurant

 

Places are extremely limited. To avoid disappointment, register for this free-to-attend event by contacting:

Hande Kavasoglu
Communications Office
Koc University

Email: hkavasoglu@ku.edu.tr
Tel: +90 212 338 1691

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