Efficiency in higher education: call for participation in peer learning seminars
17 March 2017
The USTREAM (Universities for Strategic, Efficient and Autonomous Management) project partners have launched a call inviting senior university managers and public administrators to participate in a series of peer learning seminars on various aspects of efficiency and effectiveness in the higher education context.
Institutional leaders and policy makers often lack important evidence and comparative data on what efficiency strategies and approaches work best for higher education. Such information is needed for European universities to fulfil their missions, while making the best use of available resources.
A series of three USTREAM peer learning seminars offer a unique opportunity to bridge this gap by sharing good practices and lessons learnt from various institutional and system-level efficiency agendas. The first seminar will focus on policy frameworks for efficiency and effectiveness and will be organised by Universities UK on 1 and 2 June 2017 in London. The deadline to answer the call to participate in this event is 7 April. Participants’ travel and subsistence costs will be covered by USTREAM according to the project rules.
More information, including details about the other two seminars, can be found on the USTREAM project webpage.