Welcome to the HEDQF Event listings page

This year started with excellent events at UCL’s new School of Management on the 38th floor of One Canada Square, Canary Wharf, London and at the University of Kent where we visited the new Sibson Building, which brings together the Schools of Business and Mathematics into one building, the new Wigoder Law Clinic and Moot Court and the refurbishment and extension of the Templeman Library at the heart of the 1960’s campus. This was followed by a debate and discussion on the subject of “Is the Lecture Theatre Dead” at King’s College London’s recent refurbishment of Bush House.

 

Further events will be announced as they are confirmed. Visits are in planning to the University of Plymouth at Plymouth and Falmouth in early March, and to the University of Copenhagen and the Technical University of Denmark in Copenhagen in early May.

 

Current confirmed events are:  

Evening Seminar

 

Campus 2049 – A panel discussion exploring how technology, politics, teaching methods and new generations of students will shape the campus of the future

 

When: 21 February 2018

Where: Buro Four, 1 Naoroji Street, London, WC1X 0GB

 

Book tickets here

2 Day Visit

 

HEDQF West Country Visit and Meeting

 

When: Wednesday 7 - Thursday 8 March 2018

Where: University of Plymouth

Book tickets here

 

 

Day 1

Wednesday 7 March – Plymouth

(Note: train times indicative)

Travel example: Depart Paddington 09.06 - arrive Plymouth at 12.30

 

12.45 / 13.00:

  • Presentation with working lunch at University of Plymouth
  • Campus tour to include significant developments

 

16.00 to 18.00: HEDQF Board meeting

 

19.30: Dinner – The Waterfront, Grand Parade, Plymouth, PL1 3DQ

 

Accommodation - Plymouth: 

  • Jury’s Inn (ask for UoP corporate rate), Exeter Street Tel:  01752 631000
  • Crown Plaza, Armada Way Tel: 0871 942 9130
  • Best Western Duke of Cornwall, Millbay Road Tel: 01752 275850
  • Travelodge, Derrys Cross Tel: 0871 984 6251
  • Copthorne Hotel, Armada Way Tel: 01752 224161

 

Day 2

Thursday 8 March – Falmouth

  

09.15: Travel by pre-booked coach - Plymouth to Falmouth

11.30/11.45: Tour of campus jointly run by Exeter and Falmouth to include significant developments

13.15/13.30: Presentation with working lunch and discussion

 

15.30: Coach departs at 15.30 for Truro station

(Travel example: Depart Truro at 16.42 - arrive Paddington at 21.22).

 

Presentations and visits to significant developments which are part of the University of Plymouth’s masterplan, followed on the second day by presentations and a tour of the Falmouth campus jointly run by the Universities of Falmouth and Exeter.  

2 Day Visit

 

University of Copenhagen and Copenhagen Technical University

 

When:  10 / 11 May 2018

Where: TBC

 

How to book:  TBC

Workshop on Place-making and Visit to the University of East Anglia

 

When: 5th June 2018

Where: Enterprise Centre, University of East Anglia

 

How to book: TBC

Annual Conference 2018: University 2030

 

When: 28 June 2018

Where: University of London, Senate House and other venues

 

How to book:  TBC

 

Following on from the Discussion and Debate in February, the conference will consider the design of universities in challenging and uncertain times with ever-changing societal, economic, political and technological changes affecting learning and research.  Based primarily in Senate House, University of London, the conference will also include events in two new projects nearby, the Paul Webley Wing at SOAS and the new Bartlett School at UCL.

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