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Universities of the Future Education Festival

September 5, 2016

Are you interested in seeing change in higher education? I love sharing special events from around the world. Whether you are able to join on-site or follow along with the hashtag, there will be plenty to learn from at The University of Buckingham’s first higher education festival. Taking place September 8th and 9th, the festival has put together a line up of speakers to share their vision for education.

Education Festival

Universities of the Future Education FestivalThe theme of The University of Buckingham’s higher education festival is, Universities of the Future: How to Prepare Now. Speakers at the event will share their vision for the future of higher education. If you’re in the area you can purchase tickets by visiting the event’s landing page. If you’d like to follow along with the conversation during the event follow the hashtag #HEFestival. You can certainly look for updates from the @HEFestival Twitter account.

Learn more about the The University of Buckingham’s first higher education festival here. Take a moment to comment with one prediction you have for the future of higher education. You can add it in the comments section below!

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