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23% RISE IN UK UNDERGRADUATE WITHDRAWALS
23% RISE IN UK UNDERGRADUATE WITHDRAWALS
OfS SETS NEW STUDENT OUTCOMES EXPECTATIONS
OfS SETS NEW STUDENT OUTCOMES EXPECTATIONS
JISC AND HESA CONFIRM MERGER
JISC AND HESA CONFIRM MERGER
UUK WARNING ON OVERSEAS RECRUITMENT "HAMMER BLOW"
UUK WARNING ON OVERSEAS RECRUITMENT "HAMMER BLOW"
PANDEMIC HIGHLIGHTS GENDER INEQUALITY IN HE
PANDEMIC HIGHLIGHTS GENDER INEQUALITY IN HE
RETHINKING UNIVERSITIES FROM THE OUTSIDE IN
RETHINKING UNIVERSITIES FROM THE OUTSIDE IN
IS THE GOVERNMENT MISSING THE 'LEVELLING UP' VALUE OF HE?
IS THE GOVERNMENT MISSING THE 'LEVELLING UP' VALUE OF HE?
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UUK warning over overseas recruitment "hammer blow"

Universities UK has warned ministers that any U-turn on their commitments to grow international student numbers could result in a "hammer blow" to the British economy, with billions of pounds in lost revenue, wrecking growth plans and damaging local economies.

23% rise in UK undergraduate withdrawals, new figures show

New figures released by the Student Loans Company show  39,758 undergraduates withdrew from a course in the academic year 2021-22, compared with 32,364 in 2020-21 - a year-on-year increase of 23 per cent.

OfS sets new expectations for student outcomes

The Office for Students has published new thresholds which set minimum expectations for the proportion of students on higher education courses who continue on their course, graduate, and go on to further study or find a professional job.

JISC and HESA confirm merger

Jisc, the UK’s digital body for tertiary education, and the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) have announced a merger, taking effect from the beginning of October 2022.