Bigger and better for 2015
Monday 23 November and Tuesday 24 November 2015
UK NARIC 2015 will be the biggest UK NARIC annual conference ever, with 400+ delegates and over 50 workshops with expert speakers.
Demand for places will be high so reserve your place early - we have had attendances of over 70 at recent one-day Seminar Events, and a third of all our Conference places are booked already.
The full online Conference booking pages are now live, and
also special Conference accommodation deals.
We are now working to finalise the full UK NARIC 2015 programme with details and times of all workshops.
Our confirmed speakers include:
- Bharat Pamnani, Assistant Director of UK Visa & Immigration, on Tier 4 immigration rules
- Jonathan Ledger of Proskills, on FE funding
- Murray Simpson of Net Natives on the international student recruitment journey
- Gretchen Dobson of gretchendobson.com on harnessing your alumni ambassadors
- Frazer Wallace of Europass on portable student data, the Groningen Declaration and employability
- Jacqueline Kassteen of ICEF Monitor on overcoming disruption in international student markets
- Chris Lyons of UK NARIC on demystifying qualification evaluation
- Andrew Wharton of Hotcourses on insights into user behaviour and student trends in new emerging markets
- Victoria Tremayne-Hancock of UK NARIC on selecting the best students from core Asian markets
- Jayne Rowley, HE Services Director of Prospects – using HEDD to combat degree fraud
- Lee Bartlett of Fragomen Worldwide immigration lawyers with the latest on immigration compliance
- Marie Clark of Hobsons – using technology to influence student decision making
- and Times Higher on rankings and league tables.
The workshops will be organised into seven themes, so you can plot your own conference programme to suit your focus and interests.
The themes will be colour coded to make it easy to identify the workshops relevant to you and plan your schedule.
The seven Conference themes are:
- Immigration compliance: protect yourself
- Emerging international markets: research, intelligence
- International marketing and recruitment: strategies and techniques
- English language: global standards
- International qualifications: recognition, mobility, issues and solutions
- Developments and challenges in international education
- Policy and its impact
The UK NARIC 2015 central London venue - the Park Plaza in Victoria - is easy to get to, and the concentrated two-day programme makes UK
NARIC 2015 the ideal opportunity to hear, and meet, experts on subjects ranging from immigration compliance and admissions best
practice to emerging markets intelligence, marketing techniques and policy briefings to help you formulate and develop your international strategy.
Park Plaza – Victoria – London
A bigger venue in
central London convenient for
More workshops – 56 scheduled workshops across two days, themed so you can plan your conference and get the information you need.
More delegates – great networking with 400 education and industry professionals attending from across the world.
More on developing new international markets, expanding your international activities, streamlining your recruitment and admissions processes, and achieving and maintaining best practice.
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