The UK has invested countless pounds into improving access to higher education since 1997 rendering London as the hub of higher education in Europe.
Generate 17 billion each year in goods and services including 2.5 billion in export earnings and supporting 163,500 jobs at all skill levels (2011/12 figures);
Educate 385,500 students from the UK and overseas, who are able to choose from 30,000 undergraduate and postgraduate qualifications;
Employ over 84,000 academic and non-academic staff;
Win over 349 million in Research Council grants and nearly 470 million of research funding as recurrent grants from HEFCE;
Attract 101,000 international students from over 200 countries, who in turn contribute at least 1.3 billion annually to the London economy;
Produce over 146,000 skilled graduates every year, 90% of whom work in London, East Anglia or the South East.
Price: Two day conference (19-20 May 2015): GBP 718.80
Speakers: Nolan Smith, Head of Finance and Investment, Higher Education Funding Council England, Anthony McClaren, CEO, Quality Assurance Agency (QAA), Prof. Wendy Purcell, President & VC, Plymouth University, Dr Paul Greatrix, Registrar, University of Nottingham, Andrew Coats, Academic Vice-President & Director, Monash-Warwick Alliance, Bob Hogg, Business Development Manager, University of Warwick
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