Posted: by Alice Reynolds in UALL News

UALL Conference 2018 - Keynote speakers

We are pleased to announce that Ms Nicola Dandridge, CEO of the new Office for Students will be our key note speaker on Thursday 22nd March at our conference.

This is an exciting time for Higher Education with the Office for Students launching in April 2018 and a new minister of Higher Education being appointed. We hope that having Nicola present at the conference will provide an opportunity for our delegates to question what the OfS will mean for them.

Following on Friday 23rd,we are happy that Sten Tiedemann, Rector of Folkeuniversitetet Aarhus, Herning & Emdrup will be talking to our delegates on the role of the ‘People’s University’ and lifelong learning in Denmark, discussing how they have transformed in a changing world.

Alongside our keynotes we have a wide range of workshop presentations from presenters across the field, discussing on a variety of topics. It is shaping up to be an informative and enjoyable conference.

If you have yet to book onto our conference, please click on the link below.

https://www.uall.ac.uk/uall-2018-annual-conference

You will have the option to pay via credit or debit card or by invoice. Please note if you choose payment by card you will be taken to the University of Cambridge online store where you can register onto our conference there.

We look very much to meeting you all in March!!!

 

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