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Universities have been invited to submit evidence to the Higher Education Commission's sixth cross-party inquiry, examining the export potential for the UK’s higher education sector.
The inquiry, co-chaired by Professor Simon Marginson, the Director of the Centre for Global Higher Education at UCL Institute of Education, and Conservative Peer Lord Norton of Louth, follows a report issued by the Department for Education showing that in 2014 the total value of UK education-related exports and Transnational Education (TNE) activity was estimated to be £18.76 billion. With less than two years remaining to meet the government's target of increasing the value of education exports to £30 billion, the Higher Education Commission will be investigating the viability of this task.
To submit evidence, contact Pooja Kumari, Research Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
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