Where do we go from here?

26 November 2020
THE Live 08:45 - 17:00 | THE Awards 17:00 - 18:00

Thank you to everyone who joined us online for THE Live UK 2020.

On 26 November we addressed enormous challenges for the UK higher education sector, and drew up a vision for UK higher education in 2021.

We explored the importance of accessibility to science, student mental health, international student mobility and how university admissions need to be improved. See all the top stories and highlights on Twitter via our hashtag #THElive and THE editorial coverage.

The event also saw the live reveal of the winners of #THEawards – see the full list of winners and read the THE article.

 

All sessions have been recorded and are available for delegates to watch on-demand via the virtual platform, as well as access to exclusive insights and resources, until the end of the year.

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If you are not yet registered, you can still do so to gain full access to the platform until 31 December 2020.

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High-quality conversations and sessions meant that I came away 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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Alice Roberts: academics must engage with Covid vaccine sceptics

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