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Financial sustainability and efficiency in full economic costing of research in UK higher education institutions

This report considers the financial sustainability of research undertaken in universities and other institutions of higher education in the United Kingdom. It assesses the state of research funding, to reflect on whether the sector is using the funding to ensure sustainability and whether higher education institutions are efficient and economical in their use of public funding.

New IFS report on graduate earnings by degree course

7 June 2018
Universities UK response to the new report from the IFS looking at graduate earnings. It finds that family background has an important impact on graduates’ future earnings, as well as subject and institution choice.

Committee of University Chairs consultation on senior staff pay

9 January 2018
Universities UK's response to CUC consultation on senior staff pay.

Setting up the Office for Students: what's new?

19 October 2017
UUK's William Hammonds highlights key points for the higher education sector in the consultation for the new regulatory framework for the Office for Students.

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5 October 2017
Mark Condren, UUK's Political Affairs Officer, highlights key points for universities in recent party conference speeches and fringe events.