Applications now closed
Programme dates: 19–22 April 2021 (Online), 28 June – 2 July 2021 (Oxford)
Location: Online and Oxford
Fees: The programme is fully funded. This includes tuition and programme materials for the two courses, as well as accommodation, meals, and flights and extracurricular activities for the in-person week at Oxford.
In this programme, participants will develop a strong understanding of the complexities of digital transformation, enabling them to balance trade-offs posed by digital technologies, manage conflicting interests among diverse stakeholders, and design relevant regulatory frameworks for improved educational outcomes and successful EdTech reform.
The programme combines the expertise of world-leading scholars and practitioners with extensive opportunities for participants to learn from their global peers, share their own experience, explore solutions to their specific policy challenges, and further build their network.
On completion of the programme, participants will be equipped with the knowledge, tools, and skills needed to play a leading role in their countries’ digital transformation processes and EdTech governance. Equally, participants will learn about the problems that can arise, and how to anticipate and prevent digital transformation failures.