Upcoming events

We run a number of events throughout the year providing timely and valuable information to the higher education sector.

We use our events programme to formulate and affect policy, influence decision makers and raise the profile of key issues in higher education.

Most of our events are held at Woburn House Conference Centre, our suite of events spaces in central London.

To keep up to date with our events programme sign up for the UUK Bulletin.​

UUKi webinar series: Enabling International Strategies

23 Sep - 14 Jul 2022, 10:30 - 11:30
From September 2021, UUKi will launch a new monthly webinar series aimed at further supporting our members to deliver on their international aims.

Transnational education Conference 2021+: reviewing the role of TNE in tackling global challenges

3 Nov - 4 Nov 2021, 09:00 - 14:00
Join UUKi on 3-4 November to explore the role of TNE in tackling pressing global challenges that pre-dated the global pandemic

Mental health in higher education conference

3 Nov - 4 Nov 2021, 09:30 - 16:00
This two-day, online conference is an opportunity for you to hear from sector-leading experts and practitioners about the latest developments in supporting mental health in higher education.

International higher education forum 2022 - register your interest

16 Mar - 17 Mar 2022, 09:00 - 16:30
Our flagship International higher education forum will return in 2022 - register your interest here to be the first to find out once we launch bookings!

 Our team

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Esther Dudley

Head of Events and Engagement
Universities UK

 Blog

Local artist Nicole Mollett running a workshop for her ‘Graphic Novel for Luton’ project

How universities can attract vital regeneration and development funding for their regions

8 July 2021
Dr Nick Lancaster, Director of Innovation & Enterprise at the University of Bedfordshire, outlines how universities are the ideal conduit for regional regeneration through collaborative research and development.

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Are we living in a post-LGBTQ+ rights age?

9 June 2021
This Pride month Sebastian Bromelow calls on the higher education sector to “make some noise”, embracing a history of rebellious thoughts and actions by not only celebrating the successes of the LGBTQ+ community but also responding to challenges.

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‘What’s good for the city is good for the university’: higher education’s vital role in the post-Covid recovery

27 May 2021
Reflecting on his role as chairperson of Bradford Metropolitan District Council’s Economic Covid-19 Recovery Board, Professor Zahir Irani outlines why universities must play a key role in the country’s post-pandemic recovery.