Can the UK maintain its market share?

This year we were joined by 75 prominent figures from the UK International HE sector for packed itinerary of panel discussions, academic debates and presentations on the latest data from international student researchers. Between sessions, Simon Emmett ran a live demonstration of our technology from Hotcourses: the international insights tool

Please take a look at #HCIForum on twitter for more discussion on the day.

Can the UK maintain its market share?

This year we were joined by 75 prominent figures from the UK International HE sector for packed itinerary of panel discussions, academic debates and presentations on the latest data from international student researchers. Between sessions, Simon Emmett ran a live demonstration of our technology from Hotcourses: the international insights tool

Please take a look at #HCIForum on twitter for more discussion on the day.

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?

What can the UK do to remain competitive in a global market?

Will higher education be better off in the long run, post-Brexit?

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

An interesting account from both sides on whether UK higher education might be better off in the long run, post Brexit

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?

What can the UK do to remain competitive in a global market?

Will higher education be better off in the long run, post-Brexit?

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

An interesting account from both sides on whether UK higher education might be better off in the long run, post Brexit

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Who spoke?

Professor Michael Arthur

UCL President & Provost Professor Michael Arthur is internationally renowned for his contribution to education and to medical research. He joined UCL in September 2013.

Professor Arthur is the former Chair of the Advisory Group for National Specialised Services (NHS), the Worldwide Universities Network and the Russell Group of Universities. He is a former Member of the Medical Research Council and a former US/UK Fulbright Commissioner.

Matt Robb

Matt joined Parthenon-EY in the autumn of 2010, after working in both public and private sectors within the education industry. Matt previously worked at McKinsey & Co., where he led strategy and organisation work in a wide range of contexts.

For seven years, Matt worked in the education support services sector, holding P&L responsibility. He led teams working on school improvement, academy development, the Building Schools for the Future programme, and on children’s services technology and management information.

Since joining Parthenon-EY, Matt has led our education work in the UK and Europe. He has led work across every stage and sub-sector of education in the UK and across Europe, including public and private schools (K-12), vocational and further education, universities and support services. He has worked in buy and sell-side diligence, international strategy, marketing and sales force strategy and general corporate strategy.

Matt holds a degree in Natural Sciences from the University of Cambridge and was the Gatsby Scholar.

Lucy Shackleton

Lucy is Head of European Engagement for Universities UK International . 

She is currently leading work on the implications of Brexit for the UK higher education system and universities’ long-term international priorities, alongside colleagues from Universities UK. She also manages the wider Europe team, working with them to deliver UUKi’s delegations to Brussels, bilateral engagement with European countries and UUK’s membership of the European University Association.

Lucy joined UUKi from UNESCO Headquarters in Paris in November 2011.

Amy Baker

Amy is Managing Director and Co-Founder of The PIE. She is an international education expert with 20 years’ experience in the industry, working first as a journalist, then as editor of a trade magazine before setting up The PIE in 2011. She is passionate about international exchange and business, migration, and education as a global passport. Amy won the IEAA Award for Excellence in Professional Commentary in 2014.