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STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IS UP, BUT STUDY TIME DOWN, POLL FINDS
STUDENT ENGAGEMENT IS UP, BUT STUDY TIME DOWN, POLL FINDS
BROWNE IS MOST INFLUENTIAL HE REPORT IN PAST DECADE, EXPERTS SAY
BROWNE IS MOST INFLUENTIAL HE REPORT IN PAST DECADE, EXPERTS SAY
OfS LAUNCHES COMPETITION TO HELP GRADUATES WORK LOCALLY
OfS LAUNCHES COMPETITION TO HELP GRADUATES WORK LOCALLY
MORE GRADUATES GAIN JOBS, SURVEY FINDS
MORE GRADUATES GAIN JOBS, SURVEY FINDS
UNIVERSITIES STILL MAKING FALSE CLAIMS, SAYS WHICH?
UNIVERSITIES STILL MAKING FALSE CLAIMS, SAYS WHICH?
UK MIGRATION REPORT DISAPPOINTS GRADUATE EMPLOYERS
UK MIGRATION REPORT DISAPPOINTS GRADUATE EMPLOYERS
WHY OVERSEAS STUDENTS DESERVE A MORE WELCOMING UK VISA POLICY
WHY OVERSEAS STUDENTS DESERVE A MORE WELCOMING UK VISA POLICY
UUK CONFERENCE -- THOUGHTS FROM HE LEADERS
UUK CONFERENCE -- THOUGHTS FROM HE LEADERS
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HEi-know Weekly HE News Review: Diversity matters

Mike Ratcliffe, Academic Registrar at Nottingham Trent University, reviews HE sector news in a week when T levels, educational “snobbery”, Oxbridge admissions, and a new universities minister made the headlines.

MPs urge the government to break down barriers to nursing degree apprenticeships

Nursing degree apprenticeships as a successful and sustainable route into the profession will forever be a mirage unless barriers to delivery are torn down, MPs have warned.

UUK roundtable to consider flagging students' mental health problems to parents

Universities UK is bringing together university leaders, mental health experts, and students and parents to consider when a nominated family member or another appropriately identified person might be contacted if a student is suffering with poor mental health or in acute distress.