Published On: October 11, 2023
Join our webinar for a 60-minute summary of the changes, challenges and opportunities impacting the higher education landscape in Europe. There will also be an opportunity for Q&A with our experts.
By attending, you’ll gain actionable insights to help you improve your institution’s global reputation, performance and internationalisation.
Our expert panel members will share insights on the following topics.
|Our Panel Member - Selma Toohey|
Selma Toohey is the Executive Director of Europe at QS, leading a team of 9 client partnership managers who give insight, solutions and advice to Universities across Europe. Based in the UK, Selma joined QS two years ago following senior positions in international offices at UK and US universities. Having lived in 7 countries, she has formed an expertise in HE emerging markets, driving revenue to support University expansion, transformation initiatives and growth vision. Selma studied Politics at Nottingham Trent University and an M.Phil at Trinity College Dublin.
|Our Panel Member - Alex Berka|
With over ten years of experience working in market research, Alex is the Insights Manager at QS and oversees the analysis and design of a range of research projects they conduct. Alex has previously been part of a number of market research agencies, working with a diverse range of clients across multiple sectors.
Since joining QS in 2017, he has managed the International Student Survey - the world’s largest survey of pre-enrolled international students, and the Employers Survey - the world’s largest survey of graduate employers. Alex’s work on these surveys focuses on bringing the student and employer viewpoints to life, ensuring their voices are heard across the sector and highlighting how their expectations align (or do not align) with those of universities.
He is well versed in drawing actionable insights from surveys and the findings of his analysis have been covered in a variety of industry publications, including PIE news and Study International, as well as wider news publications, including The Financial Times.
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