Come along and meet Wonkhe’s editorial team and hear more about how you can get your voice better heard in higher education.

Belong is our new student insight panel that we are launching with Cibyl and in this session we will run down some of the most surprising and interesting results from the research that have come to light this autumn.

Short credit-bearing courses linked to the lifelong loan entitlement are coming, but how do institutions and the wider sector need to change their systems to react? Wonkhe’s David Kernohan and University of Salford Director of Strategy Jackie Njoroge discuss the technicalities of making a transformative new offer work.

The Edge Foundation in collaboration with the Universities of Bath, Huddersfield and Oxford has conducted in-depth research on degree apprenticeships. This session will draw on data from interviews with degree apprentices, large employers and SMEs to discuss what the experience looks like for apprentices and employers.

UCAS has predicted that UK universities could see up to a million applicants by 2030. What will these students want to study? How will they access information and advice about their choices And where will they live? David Penney and Ben Jordan think through what needs to happen to take the next steps in the Journey to a Million. 

Where are we with higher education data collection and use in 2023? Data expert Andy Youell delivers his state of the data nation.

We’d love you to join the Wonkhe and University of London teams at The Marquis Cornwallis pub in Bloomsbury for drinks (on us), proper food and more entertainment till late.

Food will be available from 7.30pm
Speed networking will take place at 8pm upstairs
Find it on Google Maps (a 5-10 minute walk from Senate House)

Join us for drinks and entertainment at Senate House.

Author, critic and broadcaster Bonnie Greer discusses the future of arts and humanities, and the role of universities in realising their value to the wider UK public.