Technology, globalisation and an uncertain funding environment are among the biggest drivers of change in the higher education market. Online degrees and MOOCs are flourishing, while research grants are becoming more competitive, unemployment for recent graduates is rising to well over 30%, and degrees are expected to become increasingly expensive. Meanwhile, global competition for full-paying students is on the rise.
Tertiary education is not immune to disruption. At Campus Review’s conference, find out how you can become Futureproof. With a selection of leading education experts, innovators and frontline implementers, Futureproof 2017 will entail the following sessions:
- From 2017–2057: An exploration of the higher education sector globally and in Australia, a discussion of upcoming trends, and insight into opportunities on the horizon
- One of many: In an increasingly global market, how do local providers remain and become more globally competitive?
- Engage to transform: Collaborating with industry for competitive advantage
- Show me the money: The impact of policy change on the sector – opportunities, diversions and drawbacks
- Innovate or disintegrate: Universities of the future panel discussion.
|Early Bird Registration (Book before 16 February 2017)||$555.00 pp|
|Standard Registration||$655.00 pp|
Note: 1.5% credit card surcharge applies. Please note that we do NOT accept AMEX. Early bird rates apply for registrations made by the cut-off date, payment by invoice may apply after.
Acting Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education)
University of Newcastle
Professor of Media and Communications
Queensland University of Technology
National Tertiary Education Union
International Education Association of Australia
Australian Technology Network of Universities
Regional Universities Network
Chief Digital Officer & Vice-President
Global Manager – Education/ Smarter Cities
Innovative Research Universities
L’Aqua, Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney
Futureproof is a well-established event and consistently attracts Vice Chancellors, department heads, senior management, leaders and professional personnel from universities, TAFE institutes, private providers, professional and regulatory bodies and government.
Parkroyal Darling Harbour
150 Day Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Bookings can be made through the online registration.
$220 per night (Superior Room, room only)
This modern hotel is a 4-minute walk from Cockle Bay Wharf, a 6-minute walk from Darling Harbour and an 8-minute walk from Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre. Casual, contemporary rooms are equipped with desks, 40-inch flat-screen TVs, WiFi, iPod docks, and tea and coffee making facilities. Some rooms add harbour views, and suites feature living areas. Club rooms provide access to a lounge offering free breakfast, WiFi and refreshments. Room service is available. A breakfast buffet (fee) is served in a bright, airy restaurant, and there’s a sleek bistro and bar. A fitness room is also on-site.
Packages may be tailored to suit your needs and budget. We look forward to your participation in this event and to welcoming you in Sydney this May.
For any enquiries please contact:
Jessica Abbey | Conference Producer
APN Educational Media
T 0422 134 328 | F 02 8362 9895