IHE 2020 Policy Live


IHE 2020 Policy Live

Tuesday 27 October to Thursday 29 October 2020


In this year like no other, IHE was delighted to host the big policy debates of the autumn live and online. Across three days in October we convened some of the UK’s foremost experts, academics, and policy professionals to tackle the big issues which matter most to leaders, lecturers, administrators and executives in the independent higher education sector. Click here for the full list of session recordings.

You can watch the 9 sessions here.

Speakers included:

  • Michelle Donelan MP, Minister of State for Universities
  • Nicola Dandridge, Chief Executive, Office for Students
  • Professor Sue Rigby, Vice-Chancellor, Bath Spa University and Chair, QAA Credit Framework Review
  • Vicki Stott, Deputy Chief Executive, QAA
  • Clare Marchant, Chief Executive, UCAS
  • Paul Clark, Chief Executive, HESA
  • Maddalaine Ansell, Director of Education, British Council
  • Professor Sir Steve Smith, UK International Education Champion
  • Jack Thomlinson, Deputy Director, Department for Education
  • Aaron Porter, Associate Director (Governance), Advance HE
  • Ana Osbourne, Deputy Director (Technical Education Occupations & Qualifications), The Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education
  • Anne Marie Graham, Chief Executive, UKCISA
  • Alex Usher, President, Higher Education Strategy Associates

Click here for biographies of our speakers.

Please note: IHE 2020 Policy Live was the online adaptation, for one year only, of our usual annual conference, the UK’s flagship event for leaders in the independent HE sector. It is only event specifically tailored to the needs of the independent sector. For more information please contact marie@independenthe.com.