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Review of the impact on UK higher education institutions of complying with the points based system for immigration (Tier 4)

Report
15 August 2011
The research report considers the impact on UK higher education institutions of complying with the points based system for immigration (Tier 4). This review was carried out by SUMS on behalf of the Higher Education Better Regulation Group (HEBRG).

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A statement from Janet Beer, President of Universities UK, in response to the consultation on the shape of the new Office for Students.

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Universities UK's statement on UCU’s press statement about the possibility of industrial action at universities over pension reform.

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UUK's William Hammonds highlights key points for the higher education sector in the consulation for the new regulatory framework for the Office for Students.

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