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Innovations to enhance the effectiveness and impact of the Erasmus+ successor programme

The planning and design of the Erasmus+ successor programme is underway and the European Commission recently undertook a consultation to gather input. As part of this, Universities UK International (UUKi) has put together a submission based on their Erasmus+ Interim Evaluation survey of its member institutions last year. This position paper on the Erasmus+ successor programme sets out two key innovations that should lie at the heart of any successor programme.

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Horizon Europe agreement offers strong future for research

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Universities UK (UUK) has given its support to the agreement reached between EU institutions on the future shape of the Horizon Europe programme.

Universities UK welcomes report detailing impact of international graduates

21 March 2019
Universities UK has responded to a joint report by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) and Kaplan International Pathways (Kaplan) which explains the contribution from international students who graduate from university and stay in the UK to work.

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Understanding international student mental health

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The University of Nottingham's Andy Winter on how the mental health needs of international students differ from those of home students.

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