What will the higher education of the future be like?
Sixty years ago, a group of Jesuits and business leaders – anticipating the profound economic and social changes that would eventually transform Spain and eager to provide companies and society with high-quality leadership – joined forces to create ESADE. Over the course of this academic year, we will be commemorating our founders’ initiative.
We believe that the best way to celebrate this anniversary is not to talk about the past but to reflect on what lies ahead. Following the example set by our founders, we will take the pulse of the unprecedented changes being driven by globalisation and the technological revolution. And we will do this by encouraging open, public reflection on the future of higher education and the challenges it poses for educational institutions like ESADE.
This process will be organised around four interrelated thematic blocks, culminating at the end of the year in a public presentation of our main conclusions. Our task will be to answer the following questions:
“What professional profiles should we offer to the companies and societies of the future?”READ MORE →
“How does technological change impact higher education?”READ MORE →
“How can we train people to have a critical spirit and the necessary values?”READ MORE →
“What educational innovations are required to address new needs and ways of learning?”READ MORE →