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"OPEN BORDER" UNIVERSITIES PERFORM BEST IN NEW RANKING
"OPEN BORDER" UNIVERSITIES PERFORM BEST IN NEW RANKING
AUGAR PLANS MUST NOT BACK FE AT THE EXPENSE OF HE
AUGAR PLANS MUST NOT BACK FE AT THE EXPENSE OF HE
THREE HE LEADERS' FIRST THOUGHTS ON AUGAR
THREE HE LEADERS' FIRST THOUGHTS ON AUGAR
SCOTTISH UNIVERSITIES MAKING PROGRESS ON ACCESS
SCOTTISH UNIVERSITIES MAKING PROGRESS ON ACCESS
AUGAR AND BEYOND -- TECHNOLOGY CAN HELP HE TACKLE BIG CHALLENGES
AUGAR AND BEYOND -- TECHNOLOGY CAN HELP HE TACKLE BIG CHALLENGES
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL HE EVENT CONSIDERS DIGITAL REVOLUTION IMPACT
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL HE EVENT CONSIDERS DIGITAL REVOLUTION IMPACT
GROWING DIVISIONS AND INEQUALITIES IN HE
GROWING DIVISIONS AND INEQUALITIES IN HE
WHAT COUNTS AS EXCELLENT IN HE IS STARTING TO CHANGE
WHAT COUNTS AS EXCELLENT IN HE IS STARTING TO CHANGE
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UK must build on “instant” gains from post-study visa change

Interest in studying in the UK among prospective overseas students has already risen sharply following the government's decision to bring back study-study work visas. Now policy-makers and universities must build on this good news through the UK's new international strategy, says Vivienne Stern, Director of Universities UK International.

"Resilient" graduate jobs market grows by 10%

An annual survey by the Institute of Student Employers' has reported a "resilient" graduate labour market with 10 per cent more jobs than the previous year.

UCU opens ballots on strike action over pensions and pay

The University and College Union has confirmed that strike ballots will open at 69 UK universities on Monday September 9 over USS pensions and pay, workloads, casualisation and equality.