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After the Election: Alternatives in Higher Education policy

February 13, 2013

The Council for the Defence of British Universities is holding its first public event on Wednesday 20 March at Senate House (2-6pm).

This event is now being held at the Royal Society

“After the Election: Alternatives in Higher Education policy”

Speakers include:

  • Bahram Bekhradnia (HEPI)
  • William Cullerne Bown (Research Fortnight)
  • Thomas Docherty (Warwick University)
  • Howard Hotson (University of Oxford)
  • Martin Hall (University of Salford)
  • Debbie McVitty (NUS Head of HE Research and Policy)
  • Peter Scott (Institute of Education)
  • Rachel Wenstone (NUS Vice President, Higher Education)
  • and me.

It’s free but you need to register.


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