Forthcoming Seminars

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Benefits of Transnational Education, 6 March 2020

CVU will be hosting its next Seminar for Practitioners on the 6 March 2020 on the Benefits of Transnational Education, with speakers from the QAA, UUK International and Higher Education Institutions.

With the increasing focus on Transnational Education as high value export for the UK economy this seminar aims to explore the benefits for Higher Education Institutions in engaging in this activity as a means to increase reach, reputation and income. This is in the particular context of the recent consultation undertaken jointly by QAA, Universities UK and GuildHE which focuses on the quality enhancement arrangements for transnational education and the impact it has on supporting the UK’s reputation for excellence. As well as exploring some of the findings from the consultation itself the seminar will have sessions with insights into how to develop new international partnerships and the benefits of TNE for UK HE.

The event will be held at Friends House, 173-177 Euston Rd, London NW1 2BJ

Event Programme – 6 March 2020

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Managing Partnerships; adopting a risk-based approach to compliance, 24 July 2020

CVU will be hosting a Seminar for Practitioners on the 24 July 2020 on Managing Partnerships; adopting a risk-based approach to compliance, with speakers from the Academic Audit Associates, the Office for Students and a selection of Universities.

Across the UK Higher Education sector, the management of risk is high on the agenda. This is becoming increasingly so in the development, approval and ongoing quality management of collaborative partnerships both in the UK and overseas. Universities are developing risk-based frameworks to work within, directing resources to areas where there is most perceived risk.

This CVU seminar aims to identify important factors that must be considered whilst identifying and managing the risks involved in working with both potential and existing collaborative partners, highlighting best practice from a range of HE Providers as well as regulatory expectations on English Providers.

The event will be held at Friends House, 173-177 Euston Rd, London NW1 2BJ

Event Programme – same as 3 April 2020

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Introduction to Collaborative Practice, 12 June 2020

CVU will be hosting a Seminar for Practitioners on the 12 June 2020 on Introduction to Collaborative Practice. 

Details to follow.

The event will be held at Regent’s University London, Inner Circle, Regent’s Park, London NW1 4NS