Global trends, new models &
using data to stay ahead of the curve

On 22 November, keynote speaker Vivienne Stern, Director, UUK International, and a host of prominent figures from the UK International HE sector joined Hotcourses Group for HCI Forum 2017 to discuss the latest real-time data trends and student demand. See video highlights from the day and speaker presentations.

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Global trends, new models &
using data to stay ahead of the curve

On 22 November, keynote speaker Vivienne Stern, Director, UUK International, and a host of prominent figures from the UK International HE sector joined Hotcourses Group for HCI Forum 2017 to discuss the latest real-time data trends and student demand. See video highlights from the day and speaker presentations.

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Agenda
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Speakers
  • Vivienne Stern, Director, Universities UK International
  • Gillian Olivieri, Assistant Director Global Partnerships, University of Warwick
  • Vincenzo Raimo, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Global Engagement), University of Reading
  • Dominic Scott, Chief Executive, UKCISA
  • Tracey Lancaster, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Leeds Beckett University
  • Charlene Allen, Director of Student Recruitment and International Relations, University of Southampton
  • Tripti Maheshwari, Founder, Student Circus
  • Janet Ilieva, Director, Education Insight
  • Michael Peak, Senior Adviser, British Council
Key Themes
  • Is government policy going to make it more difficult for students to come to the UK?
  • What is happening to demand for international students in the UK?
  • How can we minimise the impact of Brexit for UK Higher Education and what are the opportunities?
  • What can the UK do to remain competitive in a global market?
  • Hear about new models for global engagement from UK universities
Outcomes
  • A better understanding of how you can use global student demand data to shape your international student landscape
  • Fresh and innovative ideas on how your institution will stay competitive in the marketplace
  • A clearer view of what Brexit really means for UK higher education and how you can minimise the impact
  • Stimulus to support strategic planning for international student recruitment and internationalisation
  • Access to real time data to understand trends in international student recruitment
Who should attend?

Senior leaders with a responsibility for international student recruitment, marketing, planning including Pro Vice Chancellors, Directors of International, Directors of Recruitment, Directors of Marketing, Directors of Planning, Senior Recruitment Officers

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Highlights & Presentations
Agenda
Download Agenda
Speakers
  • Vivienne Stern, Director, Universities UK International
  • Gillian Olivieri, Assistant Director Global Partnerships, University of Warwick
  • Vincenzo Raimo, Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Global Engagement), University of Reading
  • Dominic Scott, Chief Executive, UKCISA
  • Tracey Lancaster, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Leeds Beckett University
  • Charlene Allen, Director of Student Recruitment and International Relations, University of Southampton
  • Tripti Maheshwari, Founder, Student Circus
  • Janet Ilieva, Director, Education Insight
  • Michael Peak, Senior Adviser, British Council
Key Themes
  • Is government policy going to make it more difficult for students to come to the UK?
  • What is happening to demand for international students in the UK?
  • How can we minimise the impact of Brexit for UK Higher Education and what are the opportunities?
  • What can the UK do to remain competitive in a global market?
  • Hear about new models for global engagement from UK universities
Outcomes
  • A better understanding of how you can use global student demand data to shape your international student landscape
  • Fresh and innovative ideas on how your institution will stay competitive in the marketplace
  • A clearer view of what Brexit really means for UK higher education and how you can minimise the impact
  • Stimulus to support strategic planning for international student recruitment and internationalisation
  • Access to real time data to understand trends in international student recruitment
Who should attend?

Senior leaders with a responsibility for international student recruitment, marketing, planning including Pro Vice Chancellors, Directors of International, Directors of Recruitment, Directors of Marketing, Directors of Planning, Senior Recruitment Officers

The PIE News

 

In association with

The PIE News

The PIE is an independent media and recruitment company offering a market-leading portfolio of services for Professionals in International Education. Keep up with industry news via www.thepienews.com, read analysis of hot topics and trends in The PIE Review quarterly magazine, find new staff or your next move through our jobs board www.thepiejobs.com and specialist executive search consultancy The PIE Talent, and make business connections through The PIE Plus. Sign up to The PIE Weekly newsletter to receive a weekly update on news and jobs in the sector directly to your inbox.

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