Welcome to Future Campus Development 2019!
Developing a strategic education precinct master plan that delivers growth, collaborative industry partnerships and innovative teaching and learning environments
Australian Universities are tasked with reassessing their current approach to campus master planning to deliver on their strategic goals. This is in response to the continued government funding freeze and a global competitive operating environment.
With a recent report also stating 16,000 businesses have formal partnerships with a university, generating more than $10 billion a year in revenue, there has never been a better time for Universities to embrace transformative commercial and industry partnerships.
With this in mind, we’re pleased to announce the 6th Annual Future Campus Development Summit 2019, which will focus on how universities are future proofing their campuses.
Key themes to be addressed:
Designing Multi-Use Spaces to Support New Learning and Teaching Methods
Effective Stakeholder Engagement on Large Scale Projects
Implementing an Effective Partnership Model For a Leading Education Precinct
Developing Innovation Education Precincts to Transform the Future of Education
Project Lead - Melbourne Connect Partnerships and Tenancies , Director Enterprise
University of Melbourne
Chief Executive Officer
Deputy Chief Operating Officer
Australian Catholic University
City Architect & Director Transformational Design
Blacktown City Council
Director of Student Accommodation
University of Glasgow
Fellow, Curtin Academy, School of Design and the Built Environment
Learning how to design multi-use spaces to support new learning and teaching methods
Achieving Effective Stakeholder Engagement on Large Scale Projects
Learning how to implement an Effective Partnership Model For a Leading Education Precinct
Understanding how to develop an Innovation Education Precincts to Transform the Future of Education
See what our past attendees thought!
“Excellent conference with great content, lots of learning opportunities for someone from the UK, and the networking gave some great insights that I have already started to share with colleagues.”
“The conference was well organised with great content and an interesting range of people.”
“Excellent - extremely valuable. The presentations were very well delivered.”
“I found it a good experience which I think was due to a combination of good relevant topics and speakers.”