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The case for investment in universities – government spending review

7 September 2015
As submissions to the government’s Comprehensive Spending Review 2015 are made - our Chief Executive Nicola Dandridge outlines the case for investment in universities.

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Sexual violence, harassment and ‘lad culture’ on campus – how universities are tackling the issue

3 September 2015
From the universities’ perspective, we agree with the Home Secretary that care must be taken to ensure that students are genuine and that there is mechanisms in place to prevent overstaying.

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Seeing the bigger picture: HE in Facts and Figures 2015

3 September 2015
There are many statistics about higher education - how to get a ‘big picture’ of the sector in the UK? Facts and Figures, goes to solving that.

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More graduates in work

27 August 2015
Latest publication on the Destinations of Leavers from Higher Education Longitudinal Survey – and the data is encouraging.

Enterprise Centre is one of the lowest carbon buildings on any university campus in Europe

The EU and its contribution to the excellence of UK universities

26 August 2015
The Vice-Chancellor of the University of East Anglia outlines how EU funding and collaboration is helping the University produce world-leading research and facilities

Skilled UK graduates are in demand

20 August 2015
The clear message from the evidence is that we need more high-skilled graduates, not fewer.

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Clearing 2015: clearing by numbers (and pictures)

13 August 2015
Clearing is a key part of the admissions process, which began early August 2015

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The Clearing Track

11 August 2015
With A-level results out this week, Nicola Dandridge shares some tips to help students considering opportunities through Clearing.

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Uncapping student numbers – what it means this year

10 August 2015
A-level results day we’re expecting record numbers of applications and students gaining places with removal of student number controls announced in 2013’s Autumn Statement.

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Gender gap in university admissions – a continuing trend?

5 August 2015
Of more than 500,000 students accepted onto higher education courses through UCAS in 2014, over half – 55% of them – were women