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Using Microsoft Teams to produce virtual live panel sessions, we are able to connect members with key sector spokespeople to hear their views and updates and to ask key questions. Whether it’s responses to Covid-19, updates to regulatory requirements, student number planning or league tables methodology, be sure to join the debate.
We collate questions for speakers in advance and also allow listeners to send them in live during the talks. We’re also always on the lookout for new topics and panel members, so if you have an idea or would like to join a panel yourself, please get in touch. Catch up on some of the recent live panels below.
26 November 2021: Funding Higher Education in the UK
27 October 2020: Scottish Review of Tertiary Education - lessons for all
17 September 2020: HESA-HESES reconciliation
29 July 2020: International responses to Covid-19 in Higher Education
19 May 2020: Regulatory requirements for the coming months
7 April 2020: COVID-19, HE and what planners are doing
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