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'Tuition fees hike' or inflationary catch-up?

26 April 2017
Julie Tam, Assistant Director of Policy at UUK, explains that, under new plans, there will be no wholesale hike in tutition fees in England.

Demonstrating value for money

21 April 2017
Professor Paul Layzell, Principal of Royal Holloway, University of London, highlights the need to explain the decisions that underpin the value of higher education.

Why universities have a crucial role to play in the industrial strategy

18 April 2017
Julie Tam, Assistant Director of Policy at Universities UK, argues that universities in the UK have much to contribute to the industrial strategy, and to their local areas and regions.

What the British public really think about international students

13 April 2017
Karmjit Kaur, Head of Political Affairs at Universities UK, discusses the British public's perception of international students as an asset to the UK, and explains why international students should not be included in a net migration target.

Recognising the role of the Higher Education Innovation Fund

7 April 2017
Julie Tam, UUK's Assistant Director of Policy, highlights the importance of the Higher Education Innovation Fund and argues that recognition of HEIF will be key to the success of the government's modern industrial strategy.

Lifelong learning is back in focus – how do we rise to the challenge?

6 April 2017
Professor Karen Stanton, Vice Chancellor of York St John University, outlines the importance of Lifelong Learning and addresses the challenges that universities must overcome.

How can universities better support local and regional businesses?

31 March 2017
Andrew Buckley, Chief Executive at RTC North, highlights how much universities have to offer local businesses and how the higher education sector can help address critical skills challenges.

Research misconduct: how universities are addressing the issue

30 March 2017
Jamie Arrowsmith, Programme Manager at Universities UK, discusses the progress universities have made in addressing research misconduct.