A global market for higher education or a global research area– what does the EU contribute?
We are pleased to announce the academic seminar ‘A global market for higher education or a global research area – what does the EU contribute?’ on 11th June 2014. The seminar discusses the competences and influences the EU exerts globally in the areas of research and education from political science and legal perspectives.
This seminar is part of the Jean Monnet Academic seminar series.
Dr Meng-Hsuan Chou (Nanyang Technological University, Singapore)
Hsuan is a Nanyang Assistant Professor in the Public Policy and Global Affairs programme at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, and co-founder of the collaborative research network on the European Research Area, generously supported by UACES and based at Robinson College, University of Cambridge. She will argue that European knowledge policy cooperation must be examined against two distinct contexts: growing regionalism in the global knowledge market and the unique institutional arrangement and actor constellation that make up the EU.
Andrea Gideon (University of Leeds)
Andrea is a Research and Teaching Assistant at the University of Leeds and a Research Assistant at the University of York. She has also been working on her PhD on ‘European higher education institutions under EU law constraints’ at the University of Leeds and recently passed her viva without corrections. Andrea will comment from a legal perspective on the values which are inserted into the EU market as regards education and research and on how these could be transposed globally by legal means (e.g. through trade agreements).
The seminar will be followed by a reception to enhance networking opportunities.
To register, and ask any questions email Andrea Gideon.
G28, The Liberty Building
The School of Law
University of Leeds
The Liberty Building is number 16 on the campus map, and is situated on the corner of Moorland Road and Belle Vue Road on the Western Campus of the University of Leeds. It is situated behind the Maurice Keyworth Building (Business School).
- From Leeds train station, it is a 30 minute walk or you can take a taxi for around £5.00.
- Alternatively, the number 56 bus runs from Albion Street via Woodhouse Lane (A660) and stops on Moorland Road. These run every 10 minutes.
- If travelling by car, there is a visitors' car park at the south end of the University campus or there is limited four-hour street parking on Belle Vue Road immediately behind the Liberty Building.