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IUNC Eurasia 2017

 

 

► We are currently developing the IUNC Eurasia 2017 program.

Please find below the Conference Program. This is a PRELIMINARY program only.

 

Special Program for AGENCIES ► Program_for_agencies.pdf

 

 1st day,  Monday, May 15, 2017

Time

Schedule

 

14:00-19:00

 

Conference Registration. 

14:00-15:50

Pre-conference seminars FOR RUSSIAN & CIS institutions (IN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE)

Серия обучающих семинаров ДЛЯ ВУЗОВ РОССИИ И СНГ

  • Эффективные инструменты набора иностранных студентов со спецификой по рынкам
  • Работа с агентами: как построить работащую систему набора
  • Анализ форм и способов успешного межвузовского сотрудничества, освоение лучших практик

Ведущий: Богдан Вороновский, Исполнительный директор, Ассоциация восточно-европейских университетов

 

16:00-16:30

 

Тема доклада будет объявлена позже (Session FOR RUSSIAN & CIS institutions IN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE) 

Д-р Илиана Мария Фернандес Фернандес, 

Academica Universidad Laica Eloy Alfaro de Manabi, Ecuador
 
 

16:30-16:40

 

Coffee-break / THE BEGINNING OF THE CONFERENCE PROGRAM FOR ALL PARTICIPANTS in ENGLISH language

 

16:40-18:40

BRICS HigherEd Cooperation Forum

  • Forum Opening. Russia within BRICS: cooperation context                                                         

    Bogdan Voronovskiy, Executive director, Univerisities Union of Eurasia. Co-speakers TBC. 

  • Indian Perspective of BRICS higher education cooperation 

    Dr C.Vijay Kumar, Director on International Relations, VIT University, India

  • China Co-speakers TBC

  • South Africa Co-speakers TBC
  • Brazil Co-speakers TBC 

 

18:45-19:15

 

Orientation session for the first-time attendees.

19:15-21:00

 

Welcome drink

 

 

2nd  day,  Tuesday, May 16, 2017

08:30-09:30

Conference Registration (late arrival)

09:00-09:25

 

Opening Ceremony

The overview of the Int`l HigherEd in Russia & CIS. 

Bogdan Voronovskiy, Executive director of Univerisities Union of Eurasia

 

09:30-10:00

 

Invited Global HigherEd Expert

Three Waves of International Student Mobility: Implications for Recruitment and Partnership Strategies  

Dr. Rahul Choudaha, Global higher education strategist, DrEducation.com and interEDGE.org

Follow the conference coverage on DrEducation.com and Twitter @DrEducationBlog 

10:10-10:40

 

 

 

Parallel Session 1.1  

Topic TBC

Guzhelya Dmitry, Deputy Head

Federal Agency for the Commonwealth of Independent States, Compatriots Living Abroad, & for International Humanitarian Cooperation 

 

 

 

 

Parallel Session 1.2

Russian (CIS) students and Education Abroad: outbound travel trends review

Olga Gozman, General Director

Begin Group, Russia

                                                                                  

 

Parallel Session 1.3

Topic TBC (IN RUSSIAN LANGUAGE) 

Vershinina Ekaterina, Expert 

Federal State Budgetary Institution «Center of International Educational Activities» (Interobrazovanie)

10:40-10:55

Coffee-break

10:55-11:25

 

 

Parallel Session 2.1  

How to maximise international experience of your students - a case study of Coventry University in the UK

Dr Suzanna Tomassi, Acting Deputy Director, Centre for Global Engagement

Coventry University, UK

 

 

 

Parallel Session 2.2 

Opportunities of promoting cooperation between private universities in Russia and foreign institutions

Olga Storozhenko, Head of International Programs,

Moscow University of Finance and Law, Russia

 

Parallel Session 2.3  

Challenges & Opportunities in working with Dutch Higher Education Institutions

Jerke Verschoor, Director Netherlands Education Support Office

Nuffic Neso Russia  

11:35-12:05

 

 

Parallel Session 3.1

Refrain University from the Threat of Terrorism

Mohd Mizan Aslam, Ph.D., Rector

Islamic University College, Malaysia

 

 

 

Parallel Session 3.2

Internationalization of HigherEd in Kazakhstan: the contending perspectives and their implications for local universities 

Olga Sudibor, MPA, Head of International Cooperation Office

Turan University, Kazakhstan

 

Parallel Session 3.3 

Double Degrees: what is their real added value and what is the impact on the graduates? A comparative study 

Mirko Varano, Senior Advisor for international projects,

Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden  

 

12:15-12:45


Parallel Session 4.1
 

International scientific cooperation. Finding one`s strategy between general trends and current dynamics 

Montserrat Alom, Project Chief of the Centre for Coordination of Research, 

International Federation of Catholic Universities, France

Co-speakers TBC

 

Parallel Session 4.2

OPEN DISCUSSION ► call for discussants! Express your interest - here (the sign-in form will be available soon)

The global impact of the spread of tuition-free higher education

Moderator:Bogdan Voronovskiy, Executive director of Univerisities Union of Eurasia

  

 

 

Parallel Session 4.3

Ireland`s Global University: A case study in marketing a small country to international students

Eva Page, International Recruitment Officer,

University College Dublin, Ireland  

 

 

 

12:45-13:45

Lunch

13:45-14:15

 

Parallel Session 5.1 

Internationalization of HigherEd in Spain

Mar Gutiérrez-Colón Plana, PhD, Vice-rector for Internationalisation

Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Spain

 

Parallel Session 5.2 

Innovative Comprehensive Gender-Specific Education at Banasthali University

Prof. Aditya Shastri, Vice-chancellor

Banasthali University, India

 

 

 

Parallel Session 5.3        

Erasmus+ mobility scholarships and internationalisation of higher education

Natalia Bichurina,PhD, President

Erasmus Mundus Students and Alumni Association in Eurasia          

 

 

14.25-14.55

 

  

Parallel Session 6.1 

HigherEd Cooperation Opportunities with ASEAN

Prof Dr Ricardo P Pama, Secretary General 
Association of Universities of Asia and the Pacific
 
 
 
 
 

Parallel Session 6.2

Int`l HigherEd in Thailand: ways of university cooperation

Yhing Sawheny, Assistant Director for International Affairs 

Siam University, Thailand

 

 

Parallel Session 6.3 

Reserved  

 

 

 

 

14:55-15:10

Coffee-break

15:10-15:30

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 1

15:35-15:55

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 2

16:00-16:20

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 3

16:25-16:45

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 4

16.50-17.10

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 5

17:15-17:30

Coffee-break

17:30-17:50

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 7

17:55-18:15

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 8

18:20-18:40

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 9

18:45-19:05

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 10

19:05-20:00

Time for having a rest

20:00-23:00

Award Ceremony & Gala Dinner (black tie preferred)

 

3rd day, Wednesday, May 17, 2017

10:00-10:20

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 11

10:25-10:45

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 12

10.45-11.00

Coffee-break

11.00-11.20

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 13

11.25-11.45

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 14

11.50-12.10

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 15

12.15-12.35

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 16

12.40-13.00

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 17

 

13.00-14.00

 

Lunch

14.00-14.20

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 18

14.25-14.45

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 19

14.50-15.10

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 20

15.15-15.35

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 21

15.40-16.00

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 22

 

16.00-16.15

 

Coffee-break

 

16.15-16.35

 

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 23

16.40-17.00

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 24

17.05-17.25

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 25

17.30-17.50

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 26

17.50-18.05

Coffee-break

18.05-18.25

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 27

18.30-18.50

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 28

18.55-19.15

 

Prescheduled one-to-one business appointment 29

 

19.30

Bus from Hotel Azimut to Mezhdunarodnaya Pier

 

20.10-23.30

 

 

River Cruise & Networking Dinner on board*

                          

 

[FOR Edu Agencies] FAM-trip to Belgorod State Technological University named after Shukhov V.G. (Belgorod, Russia)

 

23:40-00:10

Bus from Mezhdunarodnaya Pier to Hotel Azimut

 

4th day, Thursday, May 18, 2017

9:30-15:00

                                                     

 

► Campus-tour to the Moscow University of Finance and Law (MFUA) 

Brief program:

  • Welcome address by MFUA Vice-rector Oleg Zabelin & Business School Director Kathleen Zabelina
  • Campus excursion
  • Coffee-break
  • Meeting with the Head of International Programs Olga Storozhenko
  • Lunch, informal communication

 

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► Campus-tour to the Russian State University for the Humanities in Moscow 

Brief program: TBA

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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After 15:00

 

► FOR PARTICIPANTS WHO WISH TO CONTINUE WITH POST-CONFERENCE FORUM (optional)

  • Afternoon OR evening flight to BELGOROD, Russia
  • Airtickets to Belgorod (for additional charge)
  • Complimentary accommodation in Belgorod
  • Complimentary meals 
  

5th day, Friday, May 19, 2017

POST-CONFERENCE PROGRAM in Belgorod, Russia [optional]

FORUM on International Student Recruitment and Mobility

Hosting university: Belgorod State Technological University named after Shukhov

 

09:00-12:00

 

Campus-tour to Belgorod Shukhov State Technological University (Belgorod, Russia)

Meeting with University Management

 

12:00-13:00

 

Networking lunch

 

13:00-19:00

FORUM on International Student Recruitment and Mobility

  • FORUM opening
  • Int`l student recruitment and mobility: experience of Belgorod Shukhov State Technological University
  • Student recruitment: agency`s view (Speaker TBC)
  • How we recruit in Europe: best practices (Speaker TBC)
  • Asian approach to student mobility: case-study of the university (Speaker TBC)
  • Round-table: main obstacles in student recruitment and the ways out
  • Discussion: How to improve the conversion rate of student applications when working with agencies
  • FORUM closing

 

20:00-22:00

 

Firewall Dinner

 

*  Networking Dinner & River Cruise is included into registration fee for foreign HEIs and CIS HEIs (pack 2). 

 

Special Program for AGENCIES ► Program_for_agencies.pdf

 

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