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You say stability, I say stagnation

11 January 2018
UUK's Eleanor Jubb looks at the latest data on the number of international students choosing to study in the UK.

International higher education in facts and figures

25 May 2017
Universities UK and UUKi publish International Higher Education in Facts and Figures 2017, a handy booklet with key stats on international students and higher education.

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.

We must not deter international students from studying in the UK

10 March 2017
Professor Robert Allison, Vice-Chancellor and President, Loughborough University, discusses the importance of encouraging international students to come to the UK.

Gone International – the benefits of students volunteering, working or studying abroad

2 March 2017
Rosalind Lowe, Policy Researcher at Universities UK, analyses findings from UUKi's report Gone International: mobility works.

Brexit: challenges and opportunities

1 March 2017
Vivienne Stern, Director of Universities UK International, highlights the proactive nature of the higher education sector ahead of the International Higher Education Forum.

How do visa applications relate to student numbers?

23 February 2017
Eleanor Jubb, Policy Analyst at Universities UK, analyses the latest data on net migration and student visa applications.

UCAS applicant figures: factors behind the decline

2 February 2017
Eleanor Jubb, Policy Analyst at Universities UK, examines the reasons behind the decline in applications for Higher Education in the UK

HE Bill must protect a national asset

6 September 2016
The summer read of choice (or necessity) for much of the higher education sector this year has been the 110-page Higher Education and Research Bill, whose pre-summer recess passage through the Commons was somewhat overshadowed by the political fallout fro