Going Global, Miami 2014: live video stream

Watch selected sessions from the British Council’s annual conference, which will be streamed from 20.30 BST on 29 April 2014

April 29, 2014

Going Global is an annual conference hosted by the British Council, which offers an open forum for global leaders of international education to discuss current issues.

More than 1,000 registered delegates from across the tertiary education sector, and other sectors with perspectives on international education, will attend this year’s event, which takes place in Miami between 29 April - 1 May 2014.

At 22.00 BST on 30 April 2014, Going Global will host the official launch of the Times Higher Education 100 Under 50 2014 rankings with Sir Patrick Stewart.

Watch selected sessions from the event below:

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