Going Global 2017: live coverage

Watch the live stream from Going Global 2017 and read news highlights from the event

May 23, 2017

The video link above is provided by the British Council. It will be live streaming key sessions from Going Global 2017.

Going Global 2017 is the British Council's annual conference for leaders in international higher and further education.

This year, the event is taking place from 22-24 May at the Queen Elizabeth II Centre in Westminster, London. Above, you can watch a live stream of some of the key sessions taking place. 

More THE coverage from Going Global

  • Our World University Rankings editor, Phil Baty, presented at Going Global on Tuesday 23 May. Among other topics, he looked at the shifts in the way we understand the role of the world's top universities. Read more here.
  • Could universities “kill” internationalisation if they focus their activities too strongly on the commercial benefits? Read Ellie Bothwell's report from the conference here. 
  • Online higher education is "unappealing" for Syrian refugees, Going Global conference hears. Read more here.
  • European universities and the cities in which they are located "can help tackle the rise in populism". Read more here. 
  • UK and Australia ‘among top performers’ for internationalisation. Read more here.

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