The ACU is excited to announce a series of in-person roundtables in India from 27 March to 31 March 2023.
Each roundtable will focus on a theme relevant to higher education in India, and will be hosted in partnership with three of our prestigious member universities:
- Christ University, Bengaluru
- Tata Institute of Social Sciences
- Amity University Noida
The roundtables bring universities together to discuss topics of common relevance, such as digitalisation, internationalisation, and access and inclusion. They will also highlight the important role higher education plays in addressing global challenges.
We invite members, honourable vice-chancellors and higher education industry experts to attend and share best practice, establish partnerships, and discuss issues crucial to the evolution of higher education and work in India.
The roundtables will offer the opportunity to build connections and deepen relationships with universities from India and across the Commonwealth. The events will also stimulate discussion on developing sustainable projects and partnerships between attendees.
The roundtables will be hosted at our partner universities in the three cities of Bengaluru, Mumbai and Delhi, on the 27, 29 and 31 of March respectively.
Attendees will hear from prominent speakers and panellists, and will have the opportunity to discuss the conference theme, as well as network with staff from the ACU and its member universities.
- Date: 27 March 2023
- Venue: Christ University, Bengaluru
- Theme: Student exchange and mobility
- Date: 29 March 2023
- Venue: Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Mumbai
- Theme: Access and inclusion
- Date: 31 March 2023
- Venue: Amity University Noida, Delhi
- Theme: Digitalisation: the future of work and skills
How to attend
The roundtables are open to ACU members and require an email confirmation.
ACU members who are interested in attending should fill in this short form to express your interest by 3 February 2023.
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org