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HE Insight Paper 25 - Impact of the evolving market in China on UK higher education

HE Insight Paper 25 - Impact of the evolving market in China on UK higher education

Briefing Report 344 Royal Society - Three reports on international mobility of researchers

Briefing Report 344 Royal Society - Three reports on international mobility of researchers

Briefing Report 343 - OIA 2016 Annual Report

Briefing Report 343 - OIA 2016 Annual Report

Briefing Report 342 -- Higher Education and Research Bill - final amendments

Briefing Report 342 -- Higher Education and Research Bill - final amendments

Briefing Report 341 UUK - Two reports commissioned by UUK into opportunities for UK higher education in post-Brexit trade agreements

Briefing Report 341 UUK - Two reports commissioned by UUK into opportunities for UK higher education in post-Brexit trade agreements

HE Insight Paper 24 - Tackling the crisis in part-time study

HE Insight Paper 24 - Tackling the crisis in part-time study

Briefing Report 340 HEFCE - Financial health of the higher education sector, 2015-16 financial results

Briefing Report 340 HEFCE - Financial health of the higher education sector, 2015-16 financial results

Briefing Report 339 HM Treasury - Spring Budget 2017

Briefing Report 339 HM Treasury - Spring Budget 2017

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Latest figures suggest that the number of Chinese students coming to study in the UK may be beginning to flatten, or at least that growth might be less strong going forward. HEi-know examines the implications of the trend, and how the sector is responding.
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The “ivory tower” is a tired label that fails to capture the complex and deep relationship between universities and the cities where they are based, according to a British Council study.
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The huge expansion of transnational education (TNE) has created many fresh opportunities but has brought with it a  “terminology chaos” that is creating  “mass confusion and misunderstanding”, said the British Council as it published a new framework to define and standardise the terms used for different models of international education.
Higher education leaders from across the globe are gathering in London this week to attend the British Council’s Going Global flagship international higher education conference, the first since the Brexit vote.
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Collaboration between universities and business is growing, according to a new report from the National Centre for Universities and Business. Shivaun Meehan, the NCUB's head of communications, outlines the report's findings and its recommendations for building on the progress.
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HEi-know talks to Professor Liz Barnes about the challenges facing her as Vice-Chancellor of Staffordshire University after a year of significant change for the sector.
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Scheduled pay talks between university employers and the higher education staff unions have resulted in an offer of a minimum of 1.7 per cent.
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Closing the higher education gender pay gap will take 40 years, a new report suggests.
Birmingham University is to open a new campus in Dubai, the latest UK institution to tap in to potentially lucrative markets overseas.
Unite Students has published what it describes as the "first in-depth UK report on student resilience". Authored by Dr Emily McIntosh from the University of Bolton and Jenny Shaw from Unite Students, the report draws on a large survey dataset and an extensive literature review to provide a fresh definition of resilience.
A partnership between Lancaster University and a cultural organisation has won an award from Curious Minds for developing arts, education and learning in Lancaster.
Sculptures by the Icelandic artist Steinunn Thórarinsdóttir have been installed at Hull University, forming a trail around the campus. It is part of the programme for the Hull UK City of Culture 2017. The university is a principal partner for the year and the art works celebrate ties between Hull and Iceland.
A new £9.1 million digital media hub is under construction at Nottingham Trent University.  The development of the Confetti Institute of Creative Technologies will link two sites with a seven-storey education centre.
A project set up by the University of East Anglia (UEA) which helps businesses to develop in environmentally-friendly ways has launched a second investment cycle.
STV’s new channel, STV2, which has a studio at University of the West of Scotland’s Ayr Campus, has been launched to viewers across Scotland.
The Leadership Foundation for Higher Education has announced the winning bids for its Small Development Projects. Funding was awarded to seven full projects and nine case study projects, “representing a broad range of themes and topics from institutions across the sector”, the organisation says.
The University of Leicester has received its biggest ever single gift from a private  individual - £2.7 million- which will be used to fund life-saving kidney research of global significance in the College of Medicine, Biological Sciences and Psychology.