DanceHE is the representative body for academics and practitioners in Higher Education departments teaching and researching Dance in the United Kingdom. Working in partnership with the membership and related organisations we aim to:
Represent and advocate for the interests of the dance as a subject in higher education in the UK.
Provide a forum for professional and scholarly debate.
Promote and disseminate excellence in dance teaching, learning and research.
Collect, exchange and disseminate information.
Liaise and collaborate across the sector with other professional, scholarly and governmental organisations on matters relevant to the study and teaching of dance in higher education.
Further information can be found in the following sections:
DanceHE, represents the interests of its HEI members to organisations such as the funding councils, Office for Students formally known as HEFCE and Higher Education Academy in areas concerning funding, policy and processes. Acting as a mediating body DanceHE facilitates collaboration and debate across institutions – drawing together teachers, practitioners and researchers to share information and best practice. We also operate this site through which members can share information and promote events through an email list and this website.