The Changing Landscape: What the Rise of Master's Programs in Europe May Mean for You

Thursday | June 21 | 2012 | 6:00 pm - 7:15 PM
Mississippi, 2nd Floor

The global tertiary education landscape is undergoing a transformation, due to both the rise of new education destinations and the evolution of new graduate management programs. This session reviews the former trend and focuses in detail on the latter — helping you to better understand the impact of the increasing number of master’s programs in Europe as well as the challenges and opportunities these programs will face in the near future. Michael Page, drawing from his current role as provost at Bentley University and his former role as dean at the Rotterdam School of Management, will share his perspective on how the rise of these master’s programs may affect graduate management education going forward.

  • Michael J. Page, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Bentley University