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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
NEW CODE FOR SENIOR STAFF PAY PUBLISHED
NEW CODE FOR SENIOR STAFF PAY PUBLISHED
RATING BOOST FOR HALF OF TEF RE-ENTRIES
RATING BOOST FOR HALF OF TEF RE-ENTRIES
NEW UNIVERSITIES LEAP AHEAD IN LATEST RANKINGS
NEW UNIVERSITIES LEAP AHEAD IN LATEST RANKINGS
ONLINE STUDENT EXPERIENCE PAYS DIVIDENDS AT DERBY
ONLINE STUDENT EXPERIENCE PAYS DIVIDENDS AT DERBY
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Universities still making false marketing claims, says Which?

A number of universities are presenting unverifiable marketing claims making it difficult for prospective students to make informed choices, according to a new Which? University investigation.

HEi-think: Graduate employers will be disappointed by Migration Committee report

Stephen Isherwood, Chief Executive at the Institute of Student Employers, responds to the publication of the Migration Advisory Committee report on the impacts of international students in the UK.

Part-time degree is worth up to £377k, study suggests

Completing a part-time degree in your late 30s is associated with an increase in lifetime earnings of up to £377,000 in cash terms, a new study commissioned by the Open University shows.