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The government needs to support part-time study

9 October 2015
There has been a huge fall in the numbers of part-time students: 143,000 fewer entrants to part-time undergraduate study in 2013–14 compared to 2010–11.

Lecture back of heads

Boosting British business with universities

8 October 2015
As organisations make submissions to the government’s Comprehensive Spending Review 2015, Lord Karan Bilimoria offers his thoughts on UK universities and the funding challenges they face.

Home office

The Home Secretary’s speech – the implications for international students

7 October 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.

Students walking down a corridor

Putting students at the heart of quality assessment

23 September 2015
We believe that this is a significant opportunity to reform the system so that it can focus on what matters

Students breakout study

The value of university-business collaborations to UK economy

22 September 2015
As organisations make submissions to the government’s Comprehensive Spending Review 2015, Director for Employment & Skills at CBI, Neil Carberry, outlines the case for investment in universities.

Students on campus

Clearing 2015: What we’ve learnt so far…

18 September 2015
Clearing data after the first weekend in August 2015

Illustration of network

Access all areas – making publicly-funded research more accessible

16 September 2015
Universities have been on a journey towards opening up access to publicly-funded research - open access (OA)

London buisness district at night

Continuing to champion UK universities

14 September 2015
As organisations make submissions to the government’s Comprehensive Spending Review 2015, Chief Executive of London First, Baroness Jo Valentine, outlines the case for investment in universities.

Researchers

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.