IHEF is going online.  #ihefonline

International higher education forum online

20 Apr - 24 Apr 2020, 09:00 - 17:00

About this event:

Some of the topics we will cover:
  • Reputational risk in international higher education
  • Climate conscious internationalisation
  • Mitigating risk in transnational education
  • Reducing security risk in research collaboration
  • Target markets for recruitment and collaboration

 In partnership with:

Esther Dudley

Head of Events and Engagement
Universities UK

Blog

Student working on a bike

Funding for adult learners will boost the UK's economic recovery

30 September 2020
UUK's Julie Tam takes a look at the prime minister's announcement of a lifetime skills allowance, and what it means for the economy, society, and individuals.

The careers services team at Royal Holloway, University of London

How university careers services are supporting graduates through Covid-19

25 June 2020
Gabi Binnie from AGCAS explains how university careers services moved their provision online almost overnight following lockdown, in order to ensure students and graduates continue to be supported.

News

Universities determined to review and prove value of degrees

16 November 2020
​Universities in England are developing a charter to help ensure they take a consistent and transparent approach to identifying and improving potentially low value or low quality courses.

Majority of adult learners would upskill at university if given the chance

21 October 2020
New polling by Savanta ComRes for Universities UK has revealed that 82% of prospective students in England who are either unemployed, at risk of unemployment, or looking to learn new skills would be keen to study individual modules of a university degree.