Small states face various challenges but also have distinct advantages and opportunities stemming from their territory and population size. Being a small state impacts on how education (particularly higher education) develops in a country. The informal roundtable discussion will explore the specificities of being a good university in a small country, based on Armenia’s and Iceland’s experiences. The Turpanjian Center for Policy Analysis Initiative for Small States invites all interested parties to join us for this conversation.
Margrét Sigrún Björnsdóttir (University of Iceland)