#IHEFOnline continues with three breakout seminars

Risk, responsibility and innovation

In light of recent circumstances as well as the international nature of this conference, we have decided to move the conference online as #IHEFonline. Book now for three live online seminars, each one exploring a different facet of the fast-changing world of higher education.

You can register for all three sessions here for one special price. However, you can also register for each seminar individually:

Monday 20 April, 2:00-3:00pm: Where next? Identifying target markets for recruitment and collaboration

The UK higher education sector is heavily reliant on a small number of key markets for the bulk of our international activity, especially when it comes to international student recruitment. UUKi's policy team have been working with analyst Janet Ilieva to identify new markets where we could be doing much more.

Wednesday 22 April, 12:00-1:00pm: Managing risk: assessing hidden risks in TNE operations

The UK is a world leader in transnational education and as we embark on the next decade this is an area where we can really leave our mark. But the success of TNE operations is affected by a wide variety of environmental and organisational risks. In this session we uncover some of the risks most often overlooked when initiating TNE operations and explore what strategies can mitigate those risks to ensure success.  

Friday 24 April, 9:30-10:30am: Is it possible to have a green international strategy?

Many universities are now focussing more on sustainability in their institutional strategies. Indeed, many would argue that it is our responsibility to do so. Is internationalisation, with all its accompanying air travel, incompatible with a sustainability-led strategy? This session will explore innovative approaches to developing green internationalisation strategies. 

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.

The deadline for registration has passed

Terms and Conditions:

In registering for this online seminar, you agree to the following terms: cancellations must be received in writing (to events@universitiesuk.ac.uk) by Friday 27 March 2020 to qualify for a refund. We regret that no refund can be made for cancellations received after this time; however substitute delegates will be accepted. If sending a substitute delegate please provide the registered delegate’s full name and the substitute delegate’s full name, job title, organisation, email address to events@universitiesuk.ac.uk.


Non-payment of an invoice does not count as cancellation and you will still be liable for the full cost. Non-participation on the day are also liable for the full cost. Refunds for places paid for online using a credit or debit card will be returned minus the 3.5% transaction fee charged by our booking site.

Dates and Times

Location

Contact Details