Policy-makers, students and academics from across the country will be at Warwick on Saturday 28 January for the Warwick Higher Education Summit – a student-organised event about the future of higher education.
Representatives from the government, think tanks, and from universities will be attending, with speakers including Warwick Chancellor Richard Lambert; the President of the NUS, Liam Burns; Sir Alan Langlands - head of the central funding body for England HEFCE; the Labour MP Shabana Mahmood in her first public speech in her role as Shadow Higher Education Minister; activist Laurie Penny, and representatives from Research Councils UK, the Quality Assurance Agency, Million+, the New Economics Foundation, and many more.
Students and academics are already booked to come from Leeds, Cardiff, Imperial, Reading, Coventry, Birmingham, Kent, Southampton, Manchester, and Nottingham for this event about the future of higher education.
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You can buy your ticket at the link below. Please get your ticket now for at a lower 'earlybird' price, which will only last for the remainder of this week. All tickets include a catered lunch, and refreshments throughout the day.