EPC Recruitment and Admissions Forum

Date/Time
Date(s) - 18/11/2020 - 09/12/2020
14:00 - 16:00

The Annual EPC Recruitment and Admissions Forum will be hosted online for 2020 as a series of linked events over four successive Wednesday afternoons.

 

 

 

  • Wednesday 18/11/20, 14:00-16:00: Entry qualifications: where now?
  • Wednesday 25/11/20, 14:00-16:00: International students: where now?
  • Wednesday 02/12/20, 14:00-16:00: Student numbers: where now?
  • Wednesday 09/12/20, 14:00-16:00: Fair access: where now?

Confirmed speakers include

  • Jon Adamson, Head of Sixth Form, Oakgrove School, Milton Keynes
  • Prof Louise Archer, ASPIRES project, IoE
  • Dr Jude Brereton, Undergraduate Admissions Tutor and Senior Lecturer, Electronic Engineering, University of York
  • Lucy Collins, Director of Home Recruitment and Conversion, University of Bristol
  • Dr Mark Corver, DataHE
  • Peter Derrick, Head of Service Delivery, UCAS
  • Dr Inês Direito, Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Engineering Education
  • Gero Federkeil, U-Mulitrank
  • Anne Marie Graham, Chief Executive, UKCISA
  • Josephine Hansom, Managing Director, YouthSight
  • Rachel Hewitt, Director of Policy and Advocacy, HEPI
  • Dr Omar Khan, Director, TASO
  • Dr Steph Neave, Head of Research, EngineeringUK
  • Rohit Ramesh, Head of International Recruitment, University of Liverpool
  • Dennis Sherwood, SilverBullet Machine
  • Helen Thorne MBE, Independent HE consultant and former Director of External Relations, UCAS
  • Thijs van Vugt, Studyportals

Plus EPC Executive and Recruitment and Admissions Committee members.

The Forum is aimed at all staff involved in recruitment and admissions in any engineering discipline – from early career staff through lecturers and researchers to department heads, deans of faculties, PVCs and VCs – anyone with an interest in recruitment and admissions who wishes to stay on top of the unprecedented recruitment and admissions climate and develop their practice.

Go to the booking site for each session through the links below:

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