How important are league tables in applicant decision-making? We will offer insight into this at The Knowledge Partnership's University Market Insight Conference on Tuesday 8th December 2020.
The conference format will be slightly different this year. It will feature a series of webinars running from 17th November 2020 to 23rd February 2021 and will offer insight into topics impacting the HE sector.
In our webinar on the 8th December, Managing Director of Research, Josephine Hansom, and Senior Research Executive, Joey Jones, will speak about how applicants use league tables in their decision-making.
We will answer:
- what tables do applicants use?
- how important are they to university choice?
- what other factors impact choice?
There'll also be talks from Northumbria University, University of London & Coventry University and Tribal (I-Graduate).
- 17th November: Testing New and Innovative Courses (Northumbria University and The Knowledge Partnership)
- 8th December: League Tables: Their Impact on University and Student Decision Making (YouthSight and The Knowledge Partnership)
- 19th January: Planning for the Future of Online Learning (University of London, Coventry University and The Knowledge Partnership)
- 23rd February: Key Trends in the UK and Global Higher Education (Tribal [I-Graduate] and The Knowledge Partnership)
A ticket for the webinar series is £95+VAT. For this, you will receive:
- Attendance for yourself at all four webinars, including recordings and slides following each event
- An institutional ticket – invite colleagues from across the university to relevant webinars
- A discount of £95+VAT off the price of one two-day ticket to the next face-to-face University Market Insight Conference & Academy
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