Envisioning the New International HEI models
Building a common world also means reconciling with adversities and marching ahead together. We have
seen how a health crisis can change the course of history, and it was heartwarming to see that Covid
brought the Education world together. It is commendable how institutions and governments across the
world worked objectively to provide education locally and globally.
This dialogue aims to bring forward the thoughts of the World Education leaders to provide a radar to
move forward in 2021. With the news of Vaccinations being deployed, the Covid crisis has come to a full
circle, and we are looking forward to settling into a newer world, made safer by the advent of the vaccines
which couldn’t have come sooner. There is a lot of trepidation as we are ready to set our foot back into
the International Higher Education Globally Mobile world.
Together with the global experts we will seek to examine the elements necessary to ensure the reliability
of international higher education and how international policy makers play a crucial role to set up a plan
for the unknown and known challenges.
We will encourage speakers to investigate how familiar patterns, practices, and partnerships that have
been thoroughly unsettled by the pandemic could be reinvigorated, and even re-established upon new
foundations, to foster resilient, cooperative relationships when the immediate crisis has passed.
We have brought together a blend of forward-thinking educators to bring a deeper understanding of the
present-day education disruptors and predict a scenario for the world beyond - a world which will
remember the fear but will be armed with the vaccine and how International educators will always have to
be on the edge to meet the dynamic changes of nature, policy and social world