UALL Annual Seminar, November - Programme Now Available

Each year on the day of the AGM, we organise a seminar on current and upcoming major trends in higher education lifelong learning.  This year the theme is: Transformative learning: national and international dimensions.  We are delighted that Professor Sir Peter Scott and Professor John Field will be speaking at this event. ...


UALL Awards Scheme 2014-2015

We are delighted to announce the 2014-15 round of the UALL Awards Scheme - please see the Awards Flyer. The Awards began during the recession, when the gloomy news for lifelong learning tended to obscure some very good and creative programmes in UALL member ...


UALL Annual Seminar Announced

The UALL Annual Seminar will be held on 27 November 2014 at the Ambassadors Hotel, London.  Each year we organise a seminar on current and upcoming major trends in higher education lifelong learning, to launch the theme for UALL's academic programme for the coming year. This year the title for the Seminar is: Transfo ...



This year's AGM Seminar is taking place on Thursday, 27 November  at The Ambassadors Hotel, Upper Woburn Place, London. The theme for the Seminar will focus on transformative learning and the student life cycle - with 'life cycle' interpreted in a 'lifelong learning' context.  We are delighted ...


UALL 2014 Awards - Announcement Of Winner

The UALL Awards were presented in a ceremony at the Annual Conference Dinner in London. This year has lived up to this impressive tradition.  In the magnificent architecture of the Grand Connaught Rooms the winner and the three runners-up received their Awards with much celebration and publicity. The winner: ...


UALL 2014 Annual Conference - A Great Success!

The Annual Conference is the high point of the UALL calendar, where professionals in HE lifelong learning get together from the UK and overseas. The venue for 2014 was the University of London, Senate House, with the highly topical theme of Transforming pedagogy? Flexible learning, teaching and innovation in the 21st century.

Subscribe to the RSS 2.0 Feed