Thursday, 7 June 2018

FW: Fees, funding and the future of higher education - 3rd July 2018


A one day event on fees & funding in UK HE


What are the implications of the post-18 review of fees and funding? What role do graduate salaries and students' costs play in perceptions of value? How should universities communicate value?

While Sam Gyimah makes headlines on value for money in English HE, it's time to explore fees, funding and the future with the leading experts. Wonkhe's day conference will bring together the higher education community to discuss the key issues affecting higher education.

The conference is presented in partnership with the Higher Education Strategic Planners Association and the British Universities Finance Directors Group, and is sponsored by HSBC.



Confirmed speakers:

·         Philip Augar, Chair, post-18 funding review panel

·         Liz Bromley, CEO, University Alliance

·         Helen Carasso, co-author of "Everything for Sale? The Marketisation of UK Higher Education", University of Oxford

·         Gavan Conlon and Maike Halterbeck, London Economics

·         Linda Drew, Director and CEO, Ravensbourne

·         Charles Heymann, communications and reputation advisor

·         Alison Jones, Director of Planning, Legal and Governance, University of Bradford and Chair, HESPA

·         David Malcolm, Head of Policy and Campaigns, National Union of Students

·         Andrew McGettigan, HE funding expert and author of "The Great University Gamble: money, markets and the future of higher education"

·         Sally McGill, CFO, Durham University and Chair, BUFDG

·         Ian Robinson, Director, Public Sector and Education, HSBC

·         Julie Tam, Deputy Director of Policy, Universities UK

·         Anna Vignoles, Professor of Education, University of Cambridge




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