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Learning after lockdown: why now is the time to reassess how we work together

1 May 2020
Following IHEF online, Simon Nelson at Futurelearn, reflects on why now is the time to reassess how we work together.

#WeAreTogether campaign launch

8 April 2020
We have launched the #WeAreTogether campaign to highlight solidarity, support and gratitude in the higher education sector at this difficult time

The world is your oyster: embedding international experiences in teacher education

19 March 2020
This blog reflects on the lessons learned at the University of Dundee from embedding international experience into their education course to increase engagement.

Joint statement from UUKi and UKCISA: impact of Covid-19 on international students in the UK

19 March 2020
A joint statement on the impact of the coronavirus outbreak on international students at UK universities

IHEF 2020 moves online

13 March 2020
An update on our international higher education forum this year

600 UK students to study in India under UKIERI’s new mobility initiative

11 March 2020
Thirty two UK universities have been awarded funding through the UK-India Education and Research Initiative (UKIERI) Mobility Programme: Study in India.

Could alumni be the key to ‘making good on the promise’ of international graduate employability?

10 February 2020
This blog explores how consider how alumni could play a role in expanding the career opportunities of students and recent graduates.

This is not about Brexit

6 February 2020
Seven events from the past year (apart from Brexit) that the UUKi team think will change the way we deliver international higher education and research over the next decade

EU and UK research and higher education organisations plan a strong future relationship post Brexit

30 January 2020
​On the day that the United Kingdom leaves the European Union, higher education and research organisations from across the UK and Europe have reaffirmed their commitment to working together

In praise of partnerships: how the UK government can support university partnerships after the UK leaves the EU

29 January 2020
University partnerships are, perhaps, more important than ever. With political uncertainty on the rise across the globe these partnerships can give universities an extra bit of stability and extra reach.