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CEHEC 2019

5th Central European Higher Education Cooperation (CEHEC) Conference

April 11-12, 2019
Budapest, Hungary

In 2014, CEHEC launched a new series of annual conferences co-hosted by the Center of International Higher Education Studies (CIHES) at the Corvinus University of Budapest and the Yehuda Elkana Center for Higher Education at Central European University (CEU), in collaboration with partners from the Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia. Each conference in this series brings together researchers, policy makers, university leaders and other experts in higher education from Central and Eastern European (CEE) region and from other parts of the world. The main aim is to stimulate scholarly and professional dialogue on current trends and key issues in the region’s higher education, as well as promote enhanced collaboration and experience sharing in higher education and science policies. 

The presentations of keynote speakers are available!
Download the programme of the conferenceand thebook of abstracts!
CEHEC 2019 – Programme of the conference
CEHEC 2019 – Book of abstracts
Photos and videos are also available.

Keynote Speakers of the Conference

For more information, please, visit the Keynote speakers page.


Janne Tienari, Professor, Hanken School of Economics, Helsinki, Finland
Privatizing and merging: The making of Aalto University in Finland 
Marek Kwiek, Professor and Director of the Center for Public Policy Studies, University of Poznan, Poland
The Deeply Divided Academic Profession, or Multi-Level Policy Implications of Social Stratification in Higher Education 

Susan Harris-Hümmert, Post-doc Research Fellow, German University of Administrative Sciences Speyer, Germany 
Quality management in higher education: Quality assurance in higher education: Where do we go from here?

Anna Smolentseva, Leading Research Fellow, Institute of Education, Higher School of Economics, Moscow, Russia
The transformation of higher education systems in post-Soviet countries: a comparative analysis

Michael Dobbins, professor, Goethe University of Frankfurt
Re-Exploring Higher Education Governance in Central and Eastern Europe: Re-Convergence after Divergence? 

The website of earlier CEHEC conferences can be found here.
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