Up and coming Conferences

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The Higher Education Academy in the UK run an extensive workshop and seminar series. Some will be listed on this page but you can view the full listings by clicking on the following link  http://www.heacademy.ac.uk/seminar-series

Advance HE Conference in Ireland 2020

3rd Jun 2020 - The Gibson Hotel, Dublin

The Next Steps for Equality, Diversity and Inclusion – From inclusive leadership and culture to embedded equitable practice.


For more information, go to: https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/programmes-events/conferences/advance-he-conference-ireland

Go International conference 2020: the future of mobility

10th Jun 2020 - Woburn House, London

This conference will look at how new strategies for mobility are being forged within institutions and at a national level in the UK, amidst an ever-changing policy landscape. It will explore the reconfiguring of our relationship with Europe and how we can continue to support European mobility within or outside of the next Erasmus+ programme. It will touch on new strategic themes: collaboration across departments, inclusive mobility, internationalisation at home, climate concerns and blended mobility.

For mor einformation, go to: https://www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/events/Pages/Go-International-conference-2020.aspx

EFYE 2020: One for all – all for one (Denmark)

15th-17th Jun 2020 -

Join the 2020 European First Year Experience Conference, which will be hosted by Aarhus University.


The overall theme of the 2020 conference is “One for all – all for one” highlighting that both first year students, older students, academic teachers and administrative staff all have an important part to play in integrating the newly arrived students in the best possible way.


Through keynotes, paper sessions, workshops and networking the delegates will get rich opportunity to share and expand their knowledge and experiences on giving first year students the best possible experience. The conference will greet between 300 and 350 participants in Aarhus, from a range of countries across Europe and beyond. The conference language is English.

The conference addresses three subthemes
•    Being and becoming a first year student
•    Teaching first year students
•    Supporting the transition


For more information, go to: https://conferences.au.dk/efye2020/

Teaching and Learning Conference 2020

7th-9th Jul 2020 - TBC

Teaching in the spotlight: Creative thinking to enhance the student experience: From curriculum design to student success.


https://www.advance-he.ac.uk/programmes-events/conferences/TLConf20