This FREE annual event provides the latest information from HE experts, and the opportunity to network with other professionals from across the sector. Highlights of the exciting programme include Karen Jones CBE, UEA Chancellor and co-founder of Café Rouge, speaking about why having a Literature degree is no barrier to success in business; a keynote that considers the transitions between school/college and university in the light of different demands at each stage on the way to employment and social mobility by Professor Richard Andrews, Head of the School of Education and Lifelong Learning at UEA; the ever-popular Admissions Q&A.
There is also a full programme of Breakout Sessions on a range of topics including qualifications reform, a virtual environmental sciences field trip, applying for degree subjects not studied at A Level and the chance to take part in multiple mini interviews for health professional courses.
A networking dinner at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, and overnight accommodation on campus are offered free of charge to delegates.
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We are delighted to announce that in addition to our own Conference for Teachers, Advisers and Counsellors on Friday 8 June (see below), this year UEA is collaborating with the IB Schools and Colleges Association (IBSCA) to offer the IBSCA Higher Education Advisers’ Conference on Thursday 8 June. Sessions will include an update on the 2017 admissions cycle and the revised UCAS tariff from Ben Jordan, Senior Policy Executive UCAS, and Jon Beard, Director of Undergraduate Recruitment at the University of Cambridge speaking about Cambridge’s new admissions procedure.
Delegates are invited to attend a pre-conference dinner at Dunston Hall Hotel, on the evening of 7 June, and a reduced rate has been offered by the hotel for those wishing to stay the night.