Higher Education after the Election

Thursday 18th June 2015, Central London

The General Election takes place on 7th May and, whatever the outcome, it will herald more change, disruption and opportunities for the sector. 

Absorbing the impacts of the General Election will be critical for organisations and leaders in Higher Education.

A change of government will herald change, but a re-elected government is also likely to move quickly with further reform. Our presenters and commentators will provide important insight and understanding of the policy implications of new directions.

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Speakers include:

Professor Sir Tim O’Shea
Principal and Vice Chancellor, University of Edinburgh
Professor Nora Ann Colton
Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic), University of East London
Mark Leach
founder, Editor in Chief and Director, Wonkhe
Maddalaine Ansell
Chief Executive, University Alliance
Andy Westwood
Associate Vice President Public Affairs, University of Manchester and Professor of Politics, Winchester University; Former Chief Executive, GuildHE



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