Strategies of higher education in a globalized digital world discussed in Bahrein. RUDN takes part in QS Maple 2018 international conference

Strategies of higher education in a globalized digital world discussed in Bahrein. RUDN takes part in QS Maple 2018 international conference

4 - 6 March, RUDN took part in QS Maple 2018 international conference in Manama (Bahrein) to discuss competitive higher education with representatives of 70 universities of Asia, Middle East, Great Britain and USA.

QS Maple is organized by two leading royal universities – the University of Bahrein and Ahlia University.

Participants discussed higher education strategies, possibilities of the fourth industrial revolution bringing forth new technologies like neurolinguistic software, as well as enhancing student academic mobility, leadership in research and determining research strategy.

Organizers of QS Maple 2018 in Bahrein think that universities interaction is key to successful development of the region under conditions of digital economy. The issues are further to be discussed at QS Worldwide conference, to be held in RUDN 21-22 May, 2018.

RUDN delegates express their gratitude to Sahil Amarin, RUDN graduate from Bahrein.

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