Danish-Swedish Ministerial Seminar on Higher Education

The Swedish Association of Student Unions (SFS) and the Danish National Union of Students (DSF) invites you to start the year with a high-level seminar on reforms to improve the quality of higher education.

Society is rapidly changing, yet the Swedish higher education system has not undergone any comprehensive reforms since the university reform of 1994. In Denmark, however, a series of reforms in the field of higher education have recently been implemented.

What can Sweden and Denmark learn from each others’ experiences to maintain high educational quality and student influence?

When: Friday, January 26th at 09:30 – 12:30

Where: AF-Borgen, Sandgatan 2, Lund, Sweden

For questions: contact Ebba Berg Gorgén – ebba.berg.gorgen@newrepublic.se

(Nb. Registration is mandatory)

Program

09.30  Registration, Coffee and Fika

10.00  Welcoming Speech by Jacob Färnet, Chairperson SFS and Esben Bjørn Salmonsen, Chairperson DSF

10.10  Discussions with Mats Persson, Swedish Minister for Education and Christina Egelund, Danish Minister for Higher Education and Science

10.35 Presentation by Mats Benner on reforms in higher education historically

10.55  Break

11.15  Discussions with various Higher Education Stakeholders:

Peter Honeth, former Director of Administration at Lund University, former State Secretary for Higher Education

Rebecka Sehlberg, Associate Professor in Sociology, Linnaeus University

Mads Fjord, Head of Deparment DEA

And more

12.15  Closing remarks

All discussions will be moderated by Johannes Hylander, New Republic.

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