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International Higher Education in Facts and Figures 2015

30 October 2015
The IU published the International Higher Education in Facts and Figures guide today examining the latest trends and data on international higher education.

IU Delegation to Peru and Ecuador

An IU delegation to Ecuador and Peru

14 October 2015
In mid-September the IU led a delegation, with support from the FCO, of 15 UK universities to Ecuador and Peru.

UK-China People-to-People dialogue

25 September 2015
Joseph Taylor draws the key messages from events surrounding the third UK-China high-level People-to-People dialogue, which took place last week.

Student perspectives on going international

10 September 2015
The IU's Go International programme and the British Council published a report today on student perspectives of the benefits of and barriers to spending time abroad as part of a UK undergraduate degree.

The EU and its contribution to the excellence of UK universities

26 August 2015
Professor David Richardson reflects on the EU and its contributions to excellent research in the UK.

Gone International: mobile students and their outcomes

11 June 2015
This report from the IU's Go International programme examined the academic attainment and employment outcomes of mobile and non-mobile undergraduate students who completed their studies in the 2012/13 academic year.

Mexico rectors summit

2 June 2015
A summit of Mexican rectors, UK Vice-Chancellors and senior university representatives is being held in London tomorrow as part of the celebrations for the 2015 Dual Year of Mexico and the UK

Opening up more opportunities for HE collaboration in Indonesia

27 April 2015
Vivienne Stern reflects on the UK-Indonesia delegation and the emerging opportunities between the two nations.

Europe and the cultural and creative industries

10 April 2015
Professor Barry Ife reflects on why the creative industries enriches our economies, communities and societies in Europe.

Nigel Carrington

Freedom of movement is the main road to knowledge

1 April 2015
Nigel Carrington reflects on the importance of borderless and accessible knowledge in an open society.