The following Powerpoint presentations are available from this event which took place on Thursday 6 October 2011 at the The Hatton (Etc Venues), London
The political context as seen from a funding council’s perspective:
Mark Allanson, Regional Consultant, Higher Education Funding Council for England
Seeking governor effectiveness: Questions for a new era:
Professor Malcolm Gillies, Vice-Chancellor, London Metropolitan University
What are universities for?:
Professor Petra Wend, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Queen Margaret University
The rise of the private provider and what can be learned?:
Professor Aldwyn Cooper, Principal and Chief Executive, Regent's College
What FE can contribute to the HE world:
John Widdowson CBE, Principal, New College Durham
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