2020 vision – the changing UK doctorate - The Higher Education Academy with the Quality Assurance Agency, UK Council for Graduate Education, Vitae (formerly UK GRAD Programme), and the British Library
DATE: 24 Nov 2008
START TIME: 09:15 am
LOCATION/VENUE: The British Library 96 Euston Road LONDON, England, NW1 2DB
“The time is right and the sector is ready for a national debate in the UK on the nature of the doctorate, given the multiple drivers for change, multiple agendas at work, and the multiple stakeholders with an interest in both the debate and the outcome” – Chris Park.
This conference will address the following themes:
the global standing, positioning and reputation of the UK doctorate;
the ways in which the doctorate makes an impact, economically, socially and culturally;
the ways in which the UK doctorate, and the doctoral student experience, are evolving in response to changing expectations, opportunities, challenges and requirements.
See website for more details.
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