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NEW CHALLENGES FOR GENDER EQUALITY IN HIGHER EDUCATION

Argentina, Algeria and Thailand: these three middle-income countries which belong to three different continents have the highest female tertiary enrolment rates in the world. These figures are extracted from PAXTER NEXT15years, a study and website that provide information and serve as a tool to support strategic decision-making for tertiary institutions; they provide a good illustration […]

WHEN IN ROME, DO AS THE ROMANS DO: HOW TO PROJECT YOUR INSTITUTION ABROAD? WITH WHOM? THE EXAMPLE OF UNIVERSITY OF WOLLONGONG

Creation of own campuses, association with local actors, subcontracting with local operators: each school or university will seek to widen its international presence while enhancing its own brand image. The University of Wollongong’s strategy has reasons to surprise the French observer, used to consider the strict separation between private and public, lucrative sector and nonprofit […]

Digital strategy for higher education: complexity, identity, promise?

Academic institutions have enthusiastically jumped in digital communication: reasonable financial investments and quick feed-back could only seduce these organizations on lack of time, task-force and credits. However, beyond the apparent fluency of the new media, what real strategy is being implemented? Social networks have great potential in terms of exchanges at all levels, but are […]

France well-positioned in the world rankings for innovation

Surveys and rankings are are fashionable, and innovation is no exception to this rule. The Boston Consulting Group, Clarivate Analytics, Bloomberg … : as a matter of fact, several rankings have just come out … and it turns out that France is not doing badly ! But it all depends on the chosen criteria, of course. […]