Date: Friday, 06 Jan 2017
Location: Europe House, 32 Smith Square, London SW1P 3EU
POST-MEETING: the presentations of most of the speakers at the Workshop are available below.
The plenary meeting was open to all UCML member universities and subject associations and was free to attend.
In the morning there was a general Business Meeting. Representatives of all member organisations welcome. Reports from the Officers of the UCML Executive Committee and from Executive representatives of Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are appended.
The Afternoon Workshop focused on ‘Post-Brexit implications for HE languages’.
Attendance is free of charge for all representatives of UCML member institutions and subject associations.
However, we ask that you register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 23 December 2016.
PLEASE NOTE THAT NUMBERS FOR THIS EVENT ARE LIMITED TO 80.
[Update 8th March]
Links to Klaus and Mentschen Post-Meeting documents (please copy & paste links into browser):
- David Hibler, Erasmus+, British Council
- Peter Mason, Universities UK International
- Michael Gratzke, UCML Chair & Hull University
- Rene Koglbauer, Association for Language Learning & Newcastle University
- Baroness Garden of Frognal, Vice Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Languages
- Prof Adrian Armstrong, QMUL
- Prof Mark Llewellyn, AHRC Director of Research
- Prof Andrew Linn, Pro Vice-Chancellor & Dean of Social Sciences & Humanities, Westminster University
UCML Plenary Afternoon Workshop
POST-BREXIT IMPLICATIONS FOR HE LANGUAGES
With the likelihood that the Government will commence negotiations towards leaving the EU during 2017 – what are the implications for HE languages? What should UCML be lobbying for specifically? What can UCML and the wider sector do to address concerns which will affect the health of our disciplines.
There will be three main areas of debate, each with speakers & open discussion:
Section 1: Student mobility
Section 2: International research collaboration
Section 3: Making the case for languages in a new geopolitical climate
Conclusion: Ways forward
Speakers will include:
Baroness Garden of Frognal, Vice Chair of the All Party Parliamentary Group on Languages
Rob Young, NUS Vice-President for Society & Citizenship
David Hibler, Erasmus+, British Council
Silke Mentchen & Andrea Klaus, authors of Why we cannot afford losing Erasmus+
Prof Mark Llewellyn, AHRC Director of Research
Prof Michael Gratzke, UCML Chair & Hull University
Peter Mason, Universities UK International
René Koglbauer, Association for Language Learning & Newcastle University
Prof Adrian Armstrong, QMUL
Prof Andrew Linn, Pro Vice-Chancellor & Dean of Social Sciences & Humanities, Westminster University
Closing remarks and the Way Forward:
Jocelyn Wyburd, outgoing Chair of UCML
To register: email email@example.com, by Friday 23 December 2016.
|10:30 – 11.00||Registration and coffee|
|11.00 – 12.30||Business Meeting|
|12.30 – 13.15||Lunch (own arrangements)|
|13.15 – 17.00||Workshop|