The AUA Future of Learning Accelerator will be hosted by United Arab Emirates University from July 29 to September 1, 2021. The program is now open for application.
The AUA Future of Learning Accelerator is a vision setting and innovation program where a selected group of education and tech professionals, policy makers, researchers, high school and university students re-imagine the future of education in the AWASAR region.
During the 5-week program, 5 teams go through a series of acceleration milestones and coaching sessions to develop 5 high level initiatives that are meant to support the University Of The Future’s goal to make 100 Million students lifelong learners and continuously employable.
The Future of Learning Accelerator marks the kick-off of a structured partner engagement and resource mobilization process that will run throughout the duration of EXPO, culminating in the 100 Million Stars Summit.
United Arab Emirates University
Program Date and Time
29th July 2021 to 1st September 2021
Meet 3 times a week + extra teamwork
Weekly time commitment: approximately 7 hours
By the end of the program, the 5 teams participating in the Accelerator will have achieved the following results:
1. Identify the focus areas and the core participants in the coalitions supporting five “Quadruple Helix Initiatives”
2. Define the value propositions, and the impact models for the five initiatives
3. Craft a roadmap to define 5 pilots that will be implemented in collaboration with UAEU Pathfinders. The design of pilots will be the focus of the 100 Million Stars Lab
Full-time undergraduates & postgraduate
Number of Candidates
The program will reserve a total of 35 spots for students from AUA member universities
Interested students may apply through the link: https://bit.ly/AUAFutureofLearning
The organizing committee will process the application and contact the enrolled students.
Deadline for Nomination
July 20 (Tue), 2021
Free for HKUST students
Program Organization and Schedule
Poster [Kindly note that the deadline indicated on the poster (July 15) has now been extended to July 20.]