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Briefing Report 410 HEPI - How Much is Too Much Cross Subsidies from Teaching to Research in British Universities

Briefing Report 410 HEPI - How Much is Too Much Cross Subsidies from Teaching to Research in British Universities

Briefing Report 409 BIS -- Higher Education White Paper - Students at the Heart of the System

Briefing Report 409 BIS -- Higher Education White Paper - Students at the Heart of the System

Briefing Report 408 DFE-IFS - The relative labour market returns to different degrees

Briefing Report 408 DFE-IFS - The relative labour market returns to different degrees

Briefing Report 407 NAO - The higher education market

Briefing Report 407 NAO - The higher education market

Briefing Report 406 BIS The Browne Report - Securing a Sustainable Future for Higher Education (re-mastered Briefing Report)

Briefing Report 406 BIS The Browne Report - Securing a Sustainable Future for Higher Education (re-mastered Briefing Report)

Briefing Report 405 House of Commons Education Committee - Value for money in higher education

Briefing Report 405 House of Commons Education Committee - Value for money in higher education

Briefing Report 404 HM Treasury - Budget 2018

Briefing Report 404 HM Treasury - Budget 2018

Briefing Report 403 UPP Foundation - Civic University Commission Progress Report

Briefing Report 403 UPP Foundation - Civic University Commission Progress Report

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University leaders fear an industrial relations "perfect storm" could be gathering with disputes over pay, pensions and jobs. HEi-know looks at the latest position.
Businesses hired significantly more graduates, apprentices and interns this year, but employers have made little progress on improving the diversity of their intakes.
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.
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.
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.
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Following encouraging comments from universities minister Sam Gyimah on Universities UK's call for the re-introduction of a post-study work visa, Professor Sir Keith Burnett, the outgoing President and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sheffield who co-founded the #WeAreInternational campaign with the President of the Sheffield Students' Union in 2012, argues that now is the time for the government to back up its welcoming words for international students with a welcoming policy change.
Sheffield Hallam University -- UUK conference venue
University UK's annual conference, held at Sheffield Hallam University, kicked off the academic year with speeches and debates on a wide range of burning issues, including Brexit, fees and funding, overseas students, public perceptions of HE, value for money, freedom of speech, and student mental health. HEi-know asked Higher Education Policy Institute Director Nick Hillman, Staffordshire University Vice-Chancellor Professor Liz Barnes, and Lancaster University Vice-Chancellor Professor Mark Smith, to give their personal perspectives on the event and its themes.
Sam Gyimah
Universities must do more to win the public’s trust and battle negative perceptions over key issues such as the value of the courses they provide and their contribution to the UK economy, delegates at Universities UK’s annual conference were told.