Building nations and connecting cultures: education policy, economic development and engagement 

Tuesday 3 May 2016 to Thursday 5 May 2016, Cape Town

What would make a critical difference to mainstreaming diversity within the higher education sector? What role does quality assurance of higher education play in building strong, open economies? Join the Going Global 2016 conference to debate questions like these, and network with education leaders from around the world. 

Going Global is an open forum for education world leaders to debate international higher and further education issues, challenges and possible collaborative solutions.  

Since its beginning in 2004, Going Global has grown from a bi-annual event in the UK to an annual event alternating between the UK and a major international city. Each year it attracts more than 1,000 leaders from across further and higher education sectors and a variety of other industries with perspectives on international education.

Going Global 2016 will examine non-compulsory education through the following lenses:

  • Education policy: local priorities, national systems and global drivers
  • Economic development: skills, enterprise, research and innovation
  • Engagement: democracy, social justice and international relations

Registration

Register for Going Global 2016: Tuesday 3 May 2016 to Thursday 5 May 2016, Cape Town

Early bird registration by: Friday 12 February 2016 

Registration for participants by: Friday 15 April 2016

You can find more information on Registration and conference fees here.

Sponsorship and exhibition opportunities for institutions

Sponsorship packages offer high visibility and the opportunity to promote to leaders of international education and higher education decision-makers, building your profile worldwide.

Going Global newsletter

You can also sign up to the Going Global newsletter to keep up-to-date with all the latest news and information about the conference .

Going Global 2015

Last year’s Going Global 2015 in London was a huge success, with over 1,300 people attending the two day conference.