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Head to the International Higher Education Forum 2016

Expect top insights into the latest developments, trends and opportunities in the higher education sector globally

Posted by Hannah Oakman | December 21, 2015 | Events

As the global higher education landscape continues to develop and transform, what can universities do to build and nurture their reputation overseas? What new trends and opportunities should they be aware of? And how can they effectively cultivate relationships with overseas universities?

Now in its fourth year, the International Higher Education Forum will provide expert insight into these questions and more, all within the context of changing policy around immigration and the impending EU referendum.

Held on Tuesday 1 March 2016 at Kensington Olympia in Central London, the forum, organised in partnership between Universities UK and the UK Higher Education International Unit, will deal with issues at the very forefront of international higher education.

Through access to the most experienced sector professionals, government and partner organisations and senior overseas representatives, delegates at the forum will hear about the latest global developments, and consider how best to implement strategies to take advantage of the opportunities that they present or deal with the threats that come with them. The Higher Education Forum is a must attend event for higher education professionals with responsibility for international.

The 2015 forum was a complete sell out, with over 350 attendees.The Forum is a must attend event for professionals working within Higher Education with responsibility for International.

Find out more and register to ensure you are part of this important event. To book your tickets visit


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