The QS-APPLE 2019 conference and exhibition under the theme of Industrial Revolution 4.0 and Ageing Societies: The Changing Roles of Universities in the Asia-Pacific took place over a three-day period from 26 to 28 November 2019 in Fukuoka, Japan.
The annual higher education conference officially kicked-off on Tuesday 26 November 2019 with the opening plenary and welcome dinner consisting a series of awe-inspiring opening performances. The ceremony also included opening remarks and an introduction by Mr Ben Sowter, Senior Vice President, QS Quacquarelli Symonds Ltd, & Managing Director, QS Intelligence Unit, United Kingdom and Professor Aratono Makoto, Executive Vice President of Kyushu University, Japan.
This year’s conference gathered a total of 669 academics from 247 institutions in 38 countries. Participants gained valuable insights and shared their knowledge through the innovative and engaging conference program. They also expanded their professional network through various meaningful interactions at this annual event. In addition, a total of 79 papers were presented during the plenary and parallel sessions and 70 exhibitors had the opportunity to showcase their universities’ offerings to participants at the QS Hub – Exhibition.
Industrial Revolution 4.0 and Ageing Societies:
The Changing Roles of Universities in the Asia-Pacific
26-28 November 2019 | Fukuoka, Japan
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|Period before conference within which written notification of cancellation is received||Cancellation Charges|
|31-60 days||0-30 days|
|50% of registration fee||No refund|
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