In just a few weeks, from 12-15 September, over 5200 higher education professionals from more than 80 countries will gather in Seville, Spain for the 29th Annual EAIE Conference and Exhibition. We’re very pleased to announce that for the first time, the EAIE will be partnering with Times Higher Education to supply attendees with exclusive coverage of the event.
Times Higher Education’s EAIE Conference Daily
From Wednesday to Friday, conference participants will be able to pick up their copy of Times Higher Education’s EAIE Conference Daily from various points throughout the venue. Each edition will include special features, interviews and coverage of the hottest topics in the field during the conference week.
The EAIE is delighted to collaborate with Times Higher Education on this endeavour. EAIE Executive Director, Leonard Engel, acknowledged our new partnership with Times Higher Education as “an excellent opportunity to have the rich content that the EAIE conference produces each year covered by quality journalists. We look forward to the release of each daily issue and hope that they will be an intriguing resource that will encourage dialogue at the event.”
Editor of Times Higher Education, John Gill noted, “We are proud to be partnering with the EAIE for their annual conference in Seville this year. The conference will be an important event; it takes place at a time when universities know there is everything to play for in ensuring European higher education remains integrated and international. THE will be reporting on and exploring some of the crucial conversations taking place at the conference about the future of the sector.”
In the meantime, don’t miss Times Higher Education’s preview of the conference, due to be released today, 24 August. Featuring some of the highlights that one can look forward to at EAIE Seville 2017, the preview also contains a pre-conference interview with EAIE President, Markus Laitinen. Check out the interview to find out about special themes that will be discussed at the conference, in addition to his views on key issues for the international higher education sector.
Still haven’t registered for EAIE Seville 2017? It is not too late to secure your spot.