Next week several thousand international educators will come together in Liverpool for the annual EAIE Conference. The EAIE is the European centre for expertise, networking, and resources in the internationalisation of higher education. It once again promises to be a busy conference where delegates can look forward to over 170 sessions and over 20 networking events. The Hobsons team will be well-represented with engagement activities scheduled everyday of the conference.
Every year we look forward to attending the Higher Education Liaison Officers Association (HELOA) Conference. While this isn’t anything to do with Adele’s new single, the song ringing in our ears is keeping all of us amused.
What makes Hobsons University EMEA unique and what makes people want to attend year on year? Here are three stand-out reasons.
The Sutton Trust published a report, Degrees of Debt, indicating that, under the new fees regime, the typical English student now faces debts of more than £44,000 at graduation. The report found that amongst graduates in eight Anglophone countries (England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland, United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand), English students fare worst.
UK student services professionals are gathering this week in Glasgow for the AMOSSHE Annual Conference.