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June 2017
21 June
Panel

PUBLIC–PRIVATE COOPERATION IN HIGHER EDUCATION

17:15-18:30 PEPSICO CAFÉ
The private sector has a vested interest in making higher education in Russia world class, but direct involvement in education systems has a mixed record. How can public–private cooperation accelerate the development of Russia’s higher education?
Moderator:
Edward Crawley, Founding President, Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology
Panellists:
Marthin De Beer, Senior Vice President, Video and Collaboration Group, Cisco
Laura Ipsen, Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Corporation
Denis Konanchuk, Head of Education Development Center, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO
Yaroslav Kuzminov, Rector, National Research University of the Higher School of Economics
Dmitry Livanov, Minister of Education and Science of the Russian Federation
Alexander Oganov, General Director, Uniweb
Dmitry Peskov, Director of Young Professionals Stream, Agency for Strategic Initiatives
Jan Dirk Waiboer, Senior Partner, Head of BCG CIS
Evgeny Yasin, Academic Supervisor, Higher School of Economics at the National Research University

Highlights

Here in Russia, Cisco will be launching in August our Russia Research Programme, where we will provide grants and funds to local universities to do research in specific areas of technology that are important to our business.

John Chambers
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Cisco Systems

We need to transition to a kind of new logic for working on and developing an educational strategy, specifically the logic of managing the skills development chain, similar to the value chain in business.

Denis Konanchuk
Head of Education Development Center, Moscow School of Management SKOLKOVO

When we look at jobs in the future, two-thirds of the new jobs that will be created over the next eight years don’t even exist today.

Laura Ipsen
Corporate Vice President, Microsoft Corporation

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