The seventh set of articles from The Future of Universities Thoughtbook |North American Edition introduces…
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In this round, we focused on highlighting successful engagement experiences taking place at universities of applied sciences in Europe as regional powerhouses. Through this magazine issue, we intend to discuss their crucial role as intermediaries between higher education, vocational education, and the labor market.
Our guest authors from Switzerland and Germany put emphasis on the key function of the universities of applied sciences within their national and regional higher education systems. The contributions from the Netherlands and Austria draw attention to efforts in facilitating joint research and education with industry through adaptations in both physical space and institutional strategies. Whilst the institutions from Finland and Belgium underline the importance of finding synergies among stakeholders for curricular innovation, a more holistic perspective is provided through the presentation of recent research results on the topic of university-industry joint publications from Valencia, and a guest presence of Chilean entrepreneurship ecosystem.
Of course, this just is a short summary of what to expect. However, we hope these articles serve as an inspiration to many and resonate globally regardless of the size, nature, and location of your institutions.
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