IHEF 2020 moves online

13 March 2020

Changes to the International Higher Education Forum due to Coronavirus 

We have come to the decision that our international higher education forum on 25 March will now be delivered as an online event, rather than in person in London. This decision was made in light of the spread of Covid-19, and with the international nature of our conference in mind. The health and safety of our delegates and the international higher education community is our top priority. 

In this testing time for us all, we remain committed to delivering an event that allows the higher education community to discuss the sector’s pertinent challenges and to explore where there are opportunities.

We would like to thank all our delegates alongside our speakers, conference partners, sponsors, designers and printers for their patience, flexibility and generosity in supporting our efforts to continue to deliver a valuable conference during these uncertain times. 

All delegates should have received an email regarding this change. We appreciate your patience and understanding and will be providing you with further details shortly – so do watch this space for updates!

In the meantime if you have any questions, you can reach our team on +44 (0)7500 441505 or events@universitiesuk.ac.uk

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