What global forces are shaping the national agenda of doctoral education? What particular challenges do emerging economies face training the next generation of scientists? We invited a group of university presidents, graduate deans and esteemed scholars around the world to help us to elucidate those pressing issues that are changing doctoral.
|Reforms and Pending Challenges in Russian doctoral education: Interview with Dr. Igor Chirikov, Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Education – Higher School of Economics, Moscow.|
|Internationalization of doctoral education policies in Malaysia Interview with Dr. Roshada Hashim, Dean of the Institute of Postgraduate Studies, Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia.|
||Universities and industries collaborate to train the next generation of PhD in Engineering: Interview with Dr. Ahmed Bawa, vice-chancellor of Durban Technology University in South Africa and an expert of doctoral education in this country.|
|Lack of Academic Positions in Australia: Interview with Dr. Richard Strugnell, Pro Vice-Chancellor of Graduate Research at the University of Melbourne.|
|Perspectives from Europe: Doctoral students are already fostering collaboration across sectors and disciplines. Interview with Beate Scholz, higher education consultant.|