25-26 November 2020

London, UK

The event is a chance for the sector to celebrate UK higher education’s myriad of strengths and help universities to tell their story to the world at a period where the UK’s global reputation is in the middle of significant change.

At this year’s THE  Live, the UK’s must-attend higher education event, we will be discussing the most pressing issues facing UK universities: Britain’s place in the global higher education system, the state of the UK HE market, financial challenges facing the sector and how to improve your workplace culture for staff and early-career researchers.

 

 

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High-quality conversations and sessions meant that I came away from THE enthused with new ideas that I want to put into practice and talk to my colleagues about.


Charles Knight
Associate Director of Student Experience
Edge Hill University

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Spectacular array of talent and knowledge at a well-run event that provided lots of opportunity to engage in meaningful and relevant discussions.


Callum Perry
Undergraduate Education Officer
University of East Anglia

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THE Live provided an opportunity for officers and managers to network with vice-chancellors and senior leaders, and share best practice in the sector.


Hayley Cook
Corporate Communications Manager
Leeds Trinity University

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