Tuesday 28th August, 2012
3:00pm to 4:30pm
Philanthropy in education has moved to a mainstream position over the last decade. Today over 200,000 donors give £0.5bn annually to UK universities and colleges. In a special preview discussion, the HEFCE status report on UK higher education philanthropy explores what has been learned about donor and fiscal motivations, effective fundraising models within institutions, and the workforce issues for fundraisers. What role will philanthropy play in the new landscape of higher fees? What are the lessons for the rest of Europe and other sectors?
Former Vice-Chancellor, Loughborough University and Chair of the HEFCE Review
Philanthropist and Member of the HEFCE Review
Director of Development and Alumni Relations, University of Birmingham
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