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Speaker Biography

Dominic Scott

Dominic Scott OBE has been Chief Executive of the recently renamed UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA, formerly UKCOSA), since 2004. Prior to that he held a number of senior positions with the British Council including postings to Norway, Egypt and India where he was Director of Education Promotion from 1995-2000. He is a member of the UK Border Agency's Joint Education Taskforce (JET), the UCAS International Board, the British Accreditation Council, is Chair of the UK NARIC Advisory Council and was, until recently re-configured, a member of the Prime Minister's Initiative (PMI) Strategy Group.

UKCISA promotes the interests of international students and those who work with them. It has over 500 institutional members including every university in the UK and the majority of further education colleges that are active internationally. It liases with government and advises on all aspects of the international student experience including legislation, regulations and policy which relate to fee status, visas, immigration, employment and other rights, restrictions and entitlements. It also now leads for the UK on the PMI 'Student Experience' strand.


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