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6th ASEF Rectors’ Conference

6th ASEF Rectors’ Conference and Students’ Forum 'Future Universities and Graduate: Quality Education Beyond the Horizon'

The 6th edition of the ASEF Rectors’ Conference and Students’ Forum (ARC6) will address the topic of "Future Universities and Graduate: Quality Education Beyond the Horizon" and invites over 280 representatives from academia, governments, business and industry, students and youth associations as well as NGOs and IGOs.

The ARC6 consists of 2 programme elements: 1) a Students’ Forum and 2) the following Rectors’ Conference. Close linkages between the Rectors’ and the Students’ is assured through a synergic exchange in which 4 Rectors’ attend the Students’ Forum as Mentors and 4 Students’ participate throughout the Rectors’ Conference.
Specifically, ARC6 aims to:
Contribute to the policy dialogue on higher education in Asia and Europe and provide input to the agenda of ASEM Education Ministers
Support the implementation of the SDG
Facilitate cooperation and long-term partnerships among universities across Asia and Europe
Enable collaborations among student networks and associations
Strengthen the linkages between universities, governments, business and industry, IOs and NGOs, and local communities.

The ARC6 consists of 2 programme elements: 1) a Students’ Forum and 2) the following Rectors’ Conference. Close linkages between the Rectors’ and the Students’ is assured through a synergic exchange in which 4 Rectors’ attend the Students’ Forum as Mentors and 4 Students’ participate throughout the Rectors’ Conference.

Specifically, ARC6 aims to:Contribute to the policy dialogue on higher education in Asia and Europe and provide input to the agenda of ASEM Education MinistersSupport the implementation of the SDGFacilitate cooperation and long-term partnerships among universities across Asia and EuropeEnable collaborations among student networks and associationsStrengthen the linkages between universities, governments, business and industry, IOs and NGOs, and local communities.

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