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Hyperbole and illegal cartels – the latest attack on the university sector

5 September 2017
UUK's Director of Policy, Chris Hale, stresses the importance of using language carefully and responsibly when discussing key issues for the higher education sector.

Where next for the Teaching Excellence Framework?

31 August 2017
Stephanie Harris outlines key findings from Universities UK's report on TEF year 2.

Further developments on student migration data

24 August 2017
As the Home Office and Office for National Statistics release new migration data, UUK's Eleanor Jubb analyses the implications for the higher education sector.

Admissions latest: what’s happened since A-level results day?

22 August 2017
UUK's Eleanor Jubb looks at what can be learned following ​the publication of this year’s A-level results.

What are university graduates doing now?

18 August 2017
UUK's Stephanie Harris looks at the employment outcomes of graduates.

What to expect from results day and university admissions this year

15 August 2017
UUK's Eleanor Jubb discusses university admissions ahead of A level results day.

What does the National Student Survey tell us this year?

9 August 2017
​The annual National Student Survey (NSS) results are out. This year is particularly interesting for three reasons, as UUK's Will Hammonds explains.

Why The Sunday Times is wrong on international student recruitment

7 August 2017
The accusations made that British A-level students are being 'discriminated' against simply don't stand up, writes UUK’s Jo Attwooll.

Addressing the university pension fund deficit

2 August 2017
Following the news coverage on the USS pensions fund deficit, Professor Koen Lamberts discusses the challenges facing the scheme.

Government’s use of student migration data ‘potentially misleading’

27 July 2017
UUK's Eleanor Jubb considers the report by the Office for Statistics Regulation (OSR) which says that the UK government's use of student migration data is 'potentially misleading'