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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
MINISTER URGES UNIVERSITIES TO DO MORE TO WIN OVER PUBLIC
MINISTER URGES UNIVERSITIES TO DO MORE TO WIN OVER PUBLIC
HIGH QUALITY TEACHING BOOSTS VALUE FOR MONEY PERCEPTIONS
HIGH QUALITY TEACHING BOOSTS VALUE FOR MONEY PERCEPTIONS
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Universities ready to respond to new ethnic pay gap reporting rules

Universities will be “willing contributors” in the drive to publish ethnic minority pay differentials and some already make the data public, according to an equality think tank.

Growth in degree apprenticeships should be a priority, MPs say

A big expansion of degree apprenticeships “is crucial” to create a high-quality system that can plug the skills gap, according to MPs.

OfS launches competition to help graduates work locally

The Office for Students has launched a new competition for funding of up to £500,000 for universities and colleges looking for innovative ways to help students find graduate-level employment close to home.