Sydney universities study visits and a seminar with HUMANE’s Australian counterpart, Sydney (AU), April 14-17
Sydney universities study visits and a seminar with HUMANE's Australian counterpart
Hosted by the Australian Catholic University, Sydney
April 14-17, 2020
An ambitious programme
Registrations are now open for this unique opportunity.
The programme comprises study visits to three very different types of institutions in Sydney, themed around:
- global engagement strategy and practice (University of Sydney),
- operational services transformation (Australian Catholic University), and
- infrastructure development and delivery, strategy and practice (University of Technology Sydney).
The programme also features a seminar with HUMANE’s counterpart association, the Deputy Vice-Chancellors Corporate. This provides a great opportunity to exchange good practice between members of the associations, focussed on key trends in higher education, big challenges and future developments, as well as providing a platform for international networking for HUMANE participants.
Click here for a more detailed outline of the programme.
Australia’s universities are among the most innovative, future focussed institutions in the world.
With a population of 25m people Australia is a relatively small country. Nonetheless:
- It has 43 universities with revenues of $A30.1 billion (c. €18.7) educating 1.4m students, a quarter of whom are international. It has the world’s largest concentration of international students by a large margin, and
- Between 2000-2015, Australia’s universities grew at an average of 5% per year, whilst improving graduate employability and improving their global academic reputation. Six institutions appear in the top 100 of the 2020 THE World University Rankings. Australia boasts more top 200 universities apart from the US, the UK or Germany.
What has driven this astonishing performance? How has it been led and managed?What can European institutions learn from the Australian experience? What are some of the ‘next big things’ Australian institutions are focussing on? These are just some of the questions we aim to tackle over the course of the programme.
Timing and fees
Held over four days, the programme is intensive making the best use of participants’ time. By scheduling the event in the short week immediately after Easter you can combine attendance with travel to and from Sydney using the Easter break as well as the following weekend, as well as any other plans you have whilst in Sydney.
The fee for the four day programme is €1,750 for HUMANE members and Residential School alumni. It includes all study visit and seminar costs, transport between venues, documentation, lunch and evening meals within the programme. It excludes travel costs to and from Sydney and accommodation. Click here to view some accommodation options nearby our ACU host.
Register here to secure your place on the programme that will be very popular.