Save the date – International Higher Education Forum: 16 and 17 March 2022
You can now register your interest for the International Higher Education Forum conference (IHEF) which will be held online 16 and 17 March 2022.
Next year’s conference will build on the success of IHEF 2021, which saw over 80 speakers and over 500 higher education professionals from around the world participate in 25 sessions over two days.
This year’s highlights included:
- A heated debate on whether Covid-19 has changed international higher education forever between Katherine Fleming, Provost, New York University and The Rt. Hon Lord David Willetts FRS, former Minister for Universities and Science on whether Covid-19 has changed international higher education forever.
- A panel discussion on radical reform between Professor Stephen Toope, Vice-Chancellor, University of Cambridge, Professor Margaret Gardner AC, President and Vice-Chancellor, Monash University, Professor Rocky Tuan, Vice-Chancellor and President, Chinese University of Hong Kong, and Jude Sheeran, Principal, International Education and Research, Amazon Web Services.
- Breakouts and roundtables on topics from transnational education, international student recruitment and outward student mobility to the UK’s International Education Strategy, carbon reduction and managing risk.
Register your interest here and be the first to find out when tickets are available.
Testimonials from past IHEF conferences:
In my opinion, IHEF is the most important international conference in the UK. It's an unmatched mix of high profile speakers, opinion and debate relevant to international HE.
IHEF was an excellent event with very timely topics. Fascinating talks and discussions brought a bit of optimism to our 'home offices' and inspiration on how to deliver internationalisation in times of crisis and beyond.
I found it informative and encouraging to see so many people united in our shared passion for international education and the benefits it brings to the British economy and cultural diversity.