BSBI’s Professor Dr Kouveliotis featured in United Nations publication

Berlin School of Business and Innovation is proud to announce that Professor Dr Kyriakos Kouveliotis, Provost and Chief Academic Officer at BSBI, was recently featured in the UN Chronicle, the official publication of the United Nations.

The UN Chronicle, produced by the United Nations Department of Global Communications, has served as the organisation’s flagship platform since 1946, providing authoritative information and debate on the activities of the larger United Nations system. The digital publication continues to feature authoritative articles from a wide range of international experts and stakeholders.

Professor Kouveliotis contributed with an article outlining the idea of the ‘Global Degree’, the proposal for a new institutional model for higher education, in which he said: “This idea was conceived to fill a gap in international higher education, developing a concise and innovative system that blends conventional and distance learning without abolishing existing structures.

“This concept aims to acknowledge that learning has evolved alongside technology and international mobility, whilst devising a new approach to deliver a truly global education experience reflecting on the themes of accessibility and inclusion.”

Congratulations to Professor Kouveliotis for this achievement. You can read the full article here: UN Chronicle.


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