IAFOR has entered a strategic partnership with London-based Times Higher Education (THE) to cooperate on events held in Japan, and globally.
In an age where interconnectivity and internationalisation has become increasingly important, both organisations have recognised the value of higher education without borders.
As event organisers, both IAFOR and Times Higher Education are aiming to increase the accessibility and reach of global collaboration and interdisciplinary discussion.
Dr Joseph Haldane, Chairman and CEO of IAFOR said: “THE (Times Higher Education) is a globally recognized and trusted brand in education, and we look forward to working with them as a strategic partner. We believe that there is a great complementarity to our two organisations’ events.”
About Times Higher Education
As a leading provider of educational data and university rankings, Times Higher Education works together with over 2,500 institutions across the globe. Times Higher Education partners with universities, governments, and students to promote informed decision making through data-driven insights.
Since its establishment in November 2004, Times Higher Education has become well known in the field of academia. Times Higher Education offers a range of world rankings, including its THE Rankings, which is highly regarded in the world of higher education alongside the Academic Ranking of World Universities and the QS World University Rankings.
Each year, Times Higher Education hosts numerous forums, symposiums, and summits around the world. By providing a public space to bring together global leaders, academics, and government officials, THE aims to stimulate meaningful debate and discussion in the areas of higher education, governance, research and innovation.