Universities in the Central and Eastern European region have a unique situation in global rankings. Their original traditions and their current orientation and system of relations clearly link them to the Western world of university, but for most of them, global indicators only allow them to positions more distant, blurred evaluations. What is their strategy in this situation? How can their international ranking measurement be more informative?
Date: 08 April 2021, pm 2.00
Prof. Dr. László Gulácsi Vice Rector for Research, Óbuda University Budapest, Hungary
Péter Szluka, Director, Central Library Semmelweis University Budapest
Dr. Mózes Székely, Head of Higher Education Department, Ministry of Innovation and Technology