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Employers highlight demand for globally-skilled graduates by backing Go International: Stand Out campaign

10 December 2019
The Confederation of British Industry, the Institute of Student Employers and Santander are among the first employers to support value of global skills by joining our Go International: Stand Out campaign.

Supporting BAME students in outward mobility

9 December 2019
The University of Wolverhampton has developed a traineeship programme which offers an extensive support package and has resulted in a high percentage of BAME students' participating in outward mobility.

The state of relationship: UK and Brazil

4 December 2019
UUKi has today published a report mapping UK and Brazil higher education collaboration.

Growing pains: how the sector can support growing numbers of international students in the UK

3 December 2019
This year’s visa statistics show that the green shoots of growth seen in 2018 have materialised into a sustained trend.

Woman standing on a bridge in Belgium

Social inclusion in outward mobility

14 November 2019
Social inclusion is a priority in the next Erasmus+ programme, but very little hard data is available on the accessibility of the current programme and what measures could be put in place to improve access and participation.

How the Thouron Award provides an alumni network like no other

28 October 2019
Lorna explains what it's like to be part of the Thouron Award alumni network.

How to support students to make the most of their global experience

10 October 2019
During the summer of 2019, Nottingham Trent University (NTU) sent 20 widening participation students to a two-week summer programme at the CETYS Universidad in Ensenada, Mexico.

Readjusting to the UK

12 September 2019
UUKi resident blogger Itunu Abolarinwa shares her experience of readjusting to the UK after returning from her year abroad in California.

Travel in the USA with a Thouron Award

13 August 2019
What is particularly unique about the Thouron Award is you are given a stipend with which you are actively encouraged to travel.