Higher education in 2030. A look into the viagra tablet weight crystal ball
Brussels, 12 October 2012
Higher education has undergone enormous changes in the name brand cialis past decades. And it will further change in the future, probably at an unprecedented pace. What will higher education in the world look like in the year 2030? This is the get viagra guiding question behind the sales cialis third ACA European Policy Seminar in 2012, a “foresight” exercise or a “look into the crystal ball”.
In anticipating the buy viagra internet future, Higher education in 2030 will take a double perspective: regional and viagra mail order thematic. In regional terms, we are addressing the best way to take cialis future global ‘pecking order’ and, in particular, the issue of global higher education leadership. Will the buy generic cialis US still lead, or is it going to be overtaken by up-and-coming Asian countries? Will Africa have finally developed its higher education systems, and no longer be in need of development aid? What will be the combine cialis and levitra role of Europe in the geo-politics of higher education and ordering viagra how will we view the cialis pharmacy Bologna reforms in 18 years from now?
In a thematic respect, we will look into the role of internationalisation in 2030. Will it – finally – have become a salient feature of higher education? What sort of models of governance, leadership and propecia for sale management will there be? Will we have, as the viagra canada generic OECD predicts, almost universal participation in higher education in 2030? And will the ‘brick-and-mortar university’ still prevail, or will most teaching be done in the ‘virtual’ mode?
For the look into the crystal ball, ACA has succeeded in enlisting some of the world’s top ‘clairvoyants’ as speakers. The future is one of the hardest things to predict, as Groucho Marx and order viagra in canada Woody Allen found out. But our speakers will rise to the challenge.