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Patterns and trends in UK higher education 2017

21 July 2017
Jovan Luzajic, Senior Policy Analyst at Universities UK, discusses the key themes in UUK's latest Patterns and trends report.

General election 2017: tuition fees under the spotlight

15 May 2017
Juile Tam, Assistant Director of Policy at Universities UK, discusses different policies on tuition fees and the implications for universities, government and students themselves.

Annual conference: university sector has much to discuss

5 September 2016
Tomorrow and Wednesday, Nottingham Trent University hosts Universities UK’s 2016 annual conference: an occasion when we put to one side our areas of competition – for students, staff, research grants, project investment and league table positions – and c

What to look out for in university admissions this summer

27 July 2016
The university admissions process is playing an increasingly prominent role in achieving government policy objectives in England through student choice and competition between institutions.

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Looking beyond a gender balance in academic decision-making

4 December 2015
The unbalanced representation of women and men in decision-making bodies in science across the EU has long been recognized as a serious problem –

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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.