Global Universities in the Globalizing World

Global Universities in the Globalizing World

Rector of the Peoples' Friendship University Vladimir Filippov took part in the meeting of the Global Council of University Leaders, held on June 5-7, in Hamburg.

The main topic of the meeting is the Third Mission of Universities. Vladimir Filippov presented the report “Global Universities in the Globalizing World”.

The Council was established 8 years ago to hold international consultations once every two years with the leaders of the world's leading universities, to discuss current trends and challenges for the development of higher education in the world.

The Council includes 45 invited leaders from leading universities in the world - from Europe, the USA, Canada, Australia, Brazil, Chile, India, China, Japan and Russia. Rector of the RUDN University is the only member from Russia in this Global Council of University Leaders.

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