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A Brit abroad: its true, dreams are made in the Big Apple

10 July 2019
Resident UUKi blogger Itunu Abolarinwa has recently completed a year abroad at Pitzer College, California. As her year came to an end, Itunu visited New York City for the first time – providing an opportunity reflect on her time in America.

UK, Germany and France join forces to help UK students Go International

25 June 2019
UUKi is delighted to announce a new partnership with Campus France, and the DAAD, London branch, as part of our Go International: Stand Out campaign.

The future quality assurance and regulation of TNE: times are a-changin'

13 June 2019
5 things team OfS should consider as they develop a regulatory approach to TNE

Isn’t going abroad what university is all about?

13 June 2019
UUKi Policy Researcher Katherine Allinson examines the findings of UUKi’s latest outward student mobility cohort study Gone International: rising aspirations.

UUKi and CRCC Asia join forces to help more UK students Go International

24 May 2019
Universities UK International (UUKi) is delighted to announce a new partnership with CRCC Asia as part of the Go International: Stand Out campaign.

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A Brit abroad: finding ‘American confidence’ while studying overseas

11 April 2019
In her first blog for UUKi, University of Birmingham student, Itunu Abolarinwa, reflects on her first six months on exchange at Pitzer College, California.

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Inter-campus mobility at Heriot-Watt University

11 April 2019
Heriot Watt University operates campuses in Scotland, Dubai and Malaysia, and its students have the opportunity to study abroad through the provision of inter-campus mobility.

We must fund study abroad programmes for the benefit of Britain, Deal or No Deal

22 February 2019
Catriona Hanks and Katherine Allinson from UUKi highlight the benefits of OSM for students - and why the government should commit to funding OSM programs even in case of a no-deal Brexit.

No Deal Feels Real Now

19 February 2019
Dr Tony Strike, University Secretary at the University of Sheffield, shares his views on Brexit as the AHUA representative on the UUK International ‘no deal planning’ working group.

Fund for International Collaboration; putting the pieces together

15 February 2019
Rachael Sara-Kennedy introduces the Fund for International Collaboration (FIC) – a £110 million fund designed to help the UK strengthen existing and form new bilateral and multilateral partnerships for research and innovation.