Westminster Higher Education Forum event: The internationalisation of Higher Education – UK competitiveness, student mobility and the development of overseas campuses

Guests of Honour: Maddalaine Ansell, Head of International Knowledge & Innovation Unit, Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and Professor Colin Riordan, Chair, UK Higher Education International Unit (UKHEIU) and Vice-Chancellor, Cardiff University This seminar will bring together key policymakers with senior stakeholders from across the HE sector to discuss the emerging challenges and opportunities presented by the increasing internationalisation of Higher Education, as well as the next steps for government policy in this area. Central to discussion will be the competitiveness and attractiveness of UK universities in the globalised higher education market, particularly given recent non-EU student visa reform and growing competition for domestic students from European and American universities. Sessions will also cover the next steps for building UK students' involvement in the Erasmus programme and student exchange in general, as well as the increasing trend for UK universities to open campuses overseas. Venue: central London TBA A discount is available for EPC members.  Please contact us for details. To book places, please use the Westminster Higher Education Forum online booking form.  Once submitted, this will be taken as a confirmed booking and will be subject to Westminster Higher Education Forum's terms and conditions.
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