The First Human Capital Initiative Conference

21 Nov, 2022

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On the 17th of November, the Higher Education Authority (HEA) hosted the first Human Capital Initiative (HCI) conference where all initiatives were brought together for the first time to discuss the challenges and projects. The event was a great success, highlighting the impact and opportunities for Ireland in delivering innovative and agile academic programmes.

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