Ensuring the quality and reputation of UK higher education as a high-value export is the subject of a consultation launched today and running until 3 January 2020. Four out of five universities offer overseas higher education programmes in 225 locations worldwide,...
Universities UK International relaunched its #SupportStudyAbroad campaign on Friday 11 October. UUKI state that they ask the UK Government for a 'clear commitment to fund study abroad in 2020 and beyond, either through securing our participation in Erasmus+ or, if...
Join a Brexit Readiness Roadshow event in October: Universities UK, in collaboration with GuildHE and Universities Scotland and Universities Wales are hosting events across the UK to help higher education providers prepare for a no-deal Brexit. The events are free to...
The Augar panel took steps in the right direction but did not make the big leap, instead maintaining the illusory divide between FE, HE and apprenticeships.
The importance of Sports and Exercise Science extends far beyond elite athletes. Obesity, diabetes, cancer, depression: all areas in which Sport and Exercise science research is playing a pivotal role in improving the health of everyone.
Professor Nigel Seaton, Vice Chancellor of Abertay University, and Member of the GuildHE Executive, discusses hosting the DCMS Committee at Abertay University.
We should recognise the learning of the individual, rather than placing quotas on student success through creating hierarchies depending on where a student is compared to their fellow students.
The ONS has announced that in future they will split the government’s spending on student loans into two parts. The proportion that’s expected to be paid back will be treated as lending, just like it is now. The remainder that isn’t expected to be repaid, will be treated as government spending.
Without radical changes in the way we live, we could see droughts, floods, extreme weather events and mass extinction by the time this year’s Freshers turn 30. The sector can hardly claim to be preparing graduates for the future without addressing this reality.
Hunting for silent submarines can feel quite similar to hunting for research and development funding to small and specialist higher education providers.