Factors inside and outside the higher education sector will continue to influence the way universities across the world work domestically and internationally. What will drive these changes and why? What forces are already in play that mean the sector is thinking twice about its work overseas, and which areas of innovation are due to bring the biggest impact to the modus operandi of UK universities internationally?
In this second online seminar, representatives of education organisations operating in overseas markets will consider what’s on the horizon for international education. From technology and the environment to geopolitics and research collaboration, each of our keynote speakers will pick one topic that they think will shape the way we deliver international higher education over the coming decade and explore ways in which the sector can respond. This will be followed by a broad-ranging panel with opportunities for delegates to join in the discussion.
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Prices: UUK/UUKi members fee applies to delegates from universities which are members of Universities UK or Universities UK International. You can download a list of UUK and UUKi members at this link. Not-for-profit fee applies to delegates from all other universities, colleges, government departments, charities and not-for-profit organisations. Standard fee applies to all other delegates. This event is exempt from VAT.Payment:You can pay online using a credit or debit card, or choose to pay by invoice, by selecting the corresponding price category below. From 11 March 2020 we will only be able to accept payments by credit or debit card.
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