Invigorating debates on topics as diverse as the quality of teaching in schools, and the threats (and opportunities) posed by artificial intelligence, will take place at the Buckingham Festival of Higher Education in June next year.
The Festival, returning to the University of Buckingham for its third year, will see some of the country’s foremost educationalists lead sessions on themes such as: social mobility and access to HE, the quality of teaching in schools, what universities can learn from schools, whether current funding models provide value for money, the HE curriculum, and applying A.I. and technology to learning.
Speakers such as Amanda Spielman, Chief Inspector of Ofsted, Mary Curnock Cook OBE, former Chief Executive of UCAS, and Rt Hon Lord Andrew Adonis, Chair of the National Infrastructure Commission, will be among those sharing their expert opinion on the most pressing subjects facing Higher Education.
Tickets can be purchased from our website for one or both days of the Festival, which takes place on Wednesday 13 and Thursday 14 June 2018.