By invitation of the University of South Wales and Welsh Higher Education Brussels, this lunchtime occasion is being held at the British Residence - home of the British Ambassador.
With particular relevance to alumni now working in one of the many European institutions - although open to all with an interest - this gathering is an opportunity to network with like-minded alumni & friends of Wales, and staff from USW, as we approach a post-Brexit world.
Interested? Please take note of the details below and register to attend using the link provided. Please register your interest by 7 February.
Date: Wednesday 18 March 2020
Location: British Residence, Rue Ducale 17 Hertogsstraat, Brussels
Time: Arrival from 12 noon, lunch served at 12.30pm
Register for this event: To confirm your place, please email email@example.com
Requirements: Due to security requirements RSVP pre-registration is required and please bring photo ID for entry on the day
Welsh Higher Education Brussels (WHEB) is based in Wales House, Brussels close to the European Commission, European Council and European Parliament. Wales House is also home to the Welsh Government EU Office as well as the Brussels office of the National Assembly for Wales.
WHEB represents all Welsh Universities and aims to promote the excellent higher education and research activities in Wales. Being based in Brussels enables WHEB to develop and maintain close links with other European stakeholders, institutions and partners. An office in Brussels enables Welsh universities access to a network of potential partners and funding opportunities.
Professor Colin Riordan is Chair of the Welsh Higher Education Brussels Board and Vice-Chancellor of Cardiff University.