Hotcourses Group and Wonkhe Confirmed as Partners for IHE Annual Conference 2017


We are delighted to confirm Hotcourses Group as our Conference Partner for the Independent Higher Education Annual Conference 2017.

As digital experts, Hotcourses Group produces some of the world’s largest and most popular education search websites. Its unique online tools help prospective students make the right study choices and connect with universities and colleges around the world. Its portfolio of educational websites includes Whatuni, Postgraduate Search, The Complete University Guide and Hotcourses Abroad. Hotcourses will be running an elective session at the conference on marketing insights and current trends in higher education.

We are also delighted to announce that Wonkhe will be our Media Partner for the 2017 IHE Annual Conference. Wonkhe is the home of higher education wonks: those who work in and around universities and anyone interested and engaged in higher education policy, people and politics. Their mission is to improve policymaking in higher education and provide a platform for the new or previously unheard voices and perspectives in the sector. Their articles bring together leading debate, analysis and commentary across a range of themes and many different perspectives.

Simon Emmett, Chief Executive, Hotcourses Group, said:

“I am pleased to announce our collaboration with Independent HE for the upcoming Annual Conference. As the UK’s leading event for those in the independent sector, we are looking forward to hearing the latest policy debates and discussions and revealing the latest real-time student demand trends from our Insights tool.”

Mark Leach, Founder and Editor of Wonkhe, said:

“Wonkhe is delighted to be the media partner for the Independent Higher Education annual conference. Our mission is to support a well-evidenced and open debate about higher education policy – no matter the size, shape or age of provider. As IHE welcomes new ‘challenger’ providers in to the fold, we look forward to extending the HE debate to this dynamic part of the sector.”

Click here to find out more about the 2017 Independent Higher Education Annual Conference.

  • Posted by Independent HE
  • On 16th October 2017

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