UCL European Institute


Dame Nicola Brewer to partake in debate about the significance of Brexit on HE

23 February 2016


23 February 2016
Dame Nicola Brewer, UCL's Vice Provost (International), will participate in an roundtable discussion on the potential impact of Brexit on European Higher Education, (Debate: The UK EU Referendum: would a Brexit matter to European Higher Education). The event will take place at The University of London Institute in Paris.

The University of London Institute in Paris and Queen Mary University of London are presenting this debate as part of the newly launched European politics seminar series, Challenging Europe

The debate takes place on Friday 15 April, 2.30-5.30pm and will be followed by a drinks reception.

Panel members will include:

  • Aurélien Krejbich, Directeur du Centre Europe / Head of the Centre for Europe Sciences Po
  • Nicola Ebenburger, Directrice stratégie et relations institutionnelles, Head of Strategy and Institutional Relations, Universite de Paris Seine
  • Joanna Newman, Vice Principal (International) King's College London 
  • Marina Burke Head of Education and Society The British Council, France
  • Alexis Poulin Directeur EurActiv France
  • Jean-Marc Bonnisseau, Professeur associé à l'Ecole d'Economie de Paris Centre d'Economie de la Sorbonne, Université Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne
  • Dame Nicola Brewer, PhD Vice-Provost (International) |Global Engagement Office (GEO), University College London
  • Alex Taylor, European journalist, TV personality and event host Representative 'Vote Leave'
  • Chair: Professor Sir Adrian Smith, Vice Chancellor  University of London
All welcome but registration required: Registration form
Venue information: Location



This event is supported by Universities for Europe and Universities UK.