QS Higher Ed Summit: Europe 2022 virtual conference and exhibition will convene higher education leaders, industry experts, and policymakers to discuss on Crisis Management: Remaking European higher education amid unfolding social realities. This summit will be held virtually from 28-30 June 2022 (Tuesday – Thursday, 9.30am-12.30pm GMT+1).

The three-day event covers insightful keynotes, debates, panel discussions, and case studies, and is also an opportunity to connect with the international higher education community, showcase your organisation and create new partnerships.

Share & Learn Best Practices

Meet speakers from world-class universities who will be sharing their experiences on the best practices on institutional data management and usage, to make universities more efficient, effective, innovative and competitive.

Network & Connect

Targeting at 800 delegates coming from more than 40 countries, attending the conference is an outstanding means of forging new professional contacts in the industry, and generating opportunities to build strong relations and strategic partnerships.

Get Inspired with the Latest Trends

Keep up-dated with the latest trends in data and analytics, and learn how to use data to get in-depth understanding of your institution, and directly translate that knowledge into improved decision making and performance.

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  • Presidents, vice-chancellors, policy advisors
  • International collaboration experts
  • Senior and emerging higher education administrators
  • Academics
  • Public officials
  • Quality assurance experts
  • Business, NGO and other stakeholders

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You can register for the conference via our QS Higher Ed Summit: Europe Virtual Conference website.

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Our conference program can be found via our QS Higher Ed Summit: Europe Virtual Conference website.

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