News and Events
2023 Conference: Global Citizenship and Lifelong Learning
The 2023 joint UALL and SCUTREA conference on Global Citizenship and Lifelong Learning will be held on 26-28 June, hosted by the Institute of Continuing Education, University of Cambridge
Call for Papers and Workshop Proposals – Deadline Extended
papers, workshops and posters are welcome - the extended deadline is 28 February 2023.
For full information on topics and how to apply, please download our call for papers and workshop proposals (pdf).
Register now for the 2023 UALL/SCUTREA CONFERENCE
Event Begins 26th June @ 09:00 at Madingley Hall, University of Cambridge.
SCUTREA members: when booking please use the UALL member rate. For details of bursaries, please contact Bonnie Slade or Olivia Harrison.
Call for Contributions: 'Sustainable Development Goals: Their potential and relevance for higher education policy and reform'
The Higher Education Reform (HER) Network's 17th conference will be held June 21 – 23, 2023, at the University of Glasgow (Scotland, UK). Contributions are invited that explore and suggest the multiple roles higher education can or should play in realising these goals, and the policies and reforms needed to enable higher education institutions to contribute to them. See guidance for full information. (pdf)
Event – Postponed: 'Who should go to higher education?'
This event, which had been due to take place on 30 March 2023 at Ruskin College, Oxford, has been postponed due to transport strikes. For more information and to be kept informed of the new date, please see the event announcement (pdf).
The Universities Association of Lifelong Learning acts as a consultative body for policy formulation and advocacy, representing the sector to government departments, funding bodies and national higher education organisations across the four nations of the United Kingdom. UALL provides a forum for the active exchange of ideas and good practice and undertakes research.
Members represent all aspects of the sector, within and beyond universities, both in the UK and internationally, from senior managers to practitioners, and with interests ranging from public and employer engagement to lifelong learning.