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Registration is now open for the UK NARIC GlobalEd Forum - our international online event (30 November to 10 December) that will run across time zones, with live discussions hosted from the UK, India and Australia, and global perspectives on current issues.
Contributors will include university and college leaders, heads of international and admissions, and experts on important topics such as partnerships and TNE. Of course, there will be updates, analysis and training content from UK NARIC's experts. Key players in the sector supporting the GlobalEd Forum include Trinity College, Cambridge Assessment English, International Baccalaureate, Oxford University Press and immigration law firm Fragomen.
Members can sign up now for a free 'access all areas' online pass for the entire 2-week event. Non-members can also register for a 2-week pass for just £99+VAT.
Live sessions will include a discussion panel hosted from India on the drive for educational partnerships there and potential new opportunities; and panels on TNE, exploring the difficult issues around quality assurance and recognition.
GlobalEd Forum will also feature leading vocational colleges from China discussing their internationalisation programmes and their approaches to employer engagement and course design.
The GlobalEd Forum also includes sessions led by UK NARIC's experts on a wide variety of topics such as UK NARIC evaluation criteria, accreditation of institutions across Europe, and updates on the impact of COVID-19 on international education.
As well as live interactive sessions, members can also visit our GlobalEd Forum web pages any time and view a selection of 'Bites' - short pre-recorded 15-minute video briefings and mini-training sessions - easily digested and fitted into your day.
These pre-recorded Bites will cover a wide range of subjects, such as digital credentials; confirming GCSE English and Maths from other school awards; hints on detecting and combating fraud; India Standard XII and state boards; qualification verification; finding your way around the UK NARIC databases; and refugee skills evaluation.
Members and non-members can sign up for the GlobalEd Forum now. Those registering will receive emailed updates about the programme, as further sessions and guest contributors are confirmed.
Are you a member with knowledge to share with the international education sector? Perhaps you would like to contribute to the event or take part in a panel? Please email email@example.com
Are you a company or organisation operating services in international education? Do you have expertise to share in the discussion? Would you like to contribute or sponsor a Bite of interesting content, or take part in a live panel? If so, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Look out for further updates about the Forum on the UK NARIC website and social media.