International Higher Education in Facts and Figures 2016 explores the latest trends in international higher education and research. It includes statistics on international students, UK student and staff mobility, transnational education, the comparative performance of UK research and innovation, and the UK's international research collaborations.
This report sets out the steps universities are taking to support the needs of displaced learners. It also suggests ways in which they can further enhance their impact working with and for displaced communities.
This report provides overview of the delegation and support UK Universities to collaborate with Indonesian institutions. It sets the recent developments in Indonesia, and opportunities and challenges for UK-Indonesian collaboration.
The Scale of UK higher education transnational education 2015-16 report includes a detailed analysis of regional trends according to the Higher Education Statistics Agency’s Aggregate Offshore Record (HESA AOR) data.
This cohort study looks at the academic attainment and employment outcome differences between mobile and non-mobile students who graduated in 2012–13 and responded to the Destination of Leavers in Higher Education survey.
Findings of a focus group on PhD student outward mobility structured around four broad themes: motivations and perceived benefits of mobility; perceived challenges and barriers to mobility; attitudes to mobility and information, communication and support.
Students who spend some time abroad working, studying or volunteering achieve better degrees and get better jobs, and the number of students going abroad is rising each year. However, not all students in the UK participate in outward mobility at the same rate.
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