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Improving student retention 2020

4 Jun 2020, 09:30 - 17:00
Woburn House,
Tavistock Square, 
Kings Cross, 
London WC1H 9HQ


Student retention continues to be a key challenge facing universities, and one which is compounded by recent and ongoing changes affecting the sector. This one-day conference will give delegates a full understanding of innovations and new best practice surrounding retention, as well as the knowledge you need to approach the challenge of student retention in your own institution.

Why should you attend?

Delegates with strategic responsibility for student retention will hear from policy makers, experts in retention, and from peers and colleagues. This conference will be a unique opportunity to come together with colleagues and experts, share learnings and ideas, and discuss best practice for student retention in your institution.

Who should attend?

This event is essential for anyone working in retention, teaching and learning, student experience, or student success. Relevant job titles include:

  • Academic Registrar
  • Pro Vice-Chancellor for Student Experience
  • Dean of Students
  • Director/Head of Student Experience
  • Director/Head of Strategic Planning
  • Director/Head of Learning and Teaching
  • Director/Head of Student and Academic Services
  • Head of Student Success
  • Faculty/Marketing/Outreach Manager
  • Student Engagement and Retention Officer
  • Student Achievement/Student Success Officer
  • Personal Tutor
  • Business Development Manager

If you have any questions about this or any other of our events, please contact us on or 07500 441505.

We have a range of sponsorship opportunities available at this event. Please contact Esther Dudley, Head of Events and Engagement for information, tel: 07500 441501; email:

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Esther Dudley

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