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Fireside Chat The Future of Universities 8:00am-9:00am (EDT)
2:00-3:00pm (CEST)
11:00pm-00:00am (AEDT)
19th October 2022


Fireside Chat with Santiago Iñiguez De Onzoño

In the current setting of ongoing change, higher education institutions across the globe have been breaking barriers and adjusting themselves and their operations to a new and dynamic nature of the modern world. This may very well be the ultimate transformation and disruption of the higher education sector and their regional innovation ecosystems. But what does this mean for universities going forward?

Join us for an inspiring fireside chat with Santiago Iñiguez who will explore the future of higher education and give you practical tips and insights for designing and reinventing higher education programs and implementing digital technologies. Iñiguez will explain the move towards ‘Liquid Learning’ at IE University in Spain as well as the leadership the universities need to take in their communities.

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If you are a leader in higher education, leader in business school, higher education learning designer, academic or educational technologist this fireside chat is for you.

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Fireside chat with

Santiago Iñiguez De Onzoño
President of IE University

Santiago Iñiguez is the President of IE University and a recognized influencer in global higher education. He has been the first recipient (2019) of the Founders Award by Thinkers50, the prestigious global ranking of thoughtful leaders in Management. He is the author of “The Learning Curve: How Business Schools Are Reinventing Education” and “Cosmopolitan Managers: Executive Education That Works”.

Iñiguez is the former Dean of IE Business School and has played a leading role in business education. He was portrayed by the Financial Times as “one of the most significant figures in promoting European business schools internationally”. He was the first European appointed as “Dean of the Year” by Poets & Quants (2017).

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