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University Alliance calls for overseas students to be removed from net migration figures

Published on August 29, 2014
...ity Alliance is urging the government to remove overseas students from the net migration target and reintroduce two year post-study work visas. Professor Steve West, Chair of University Alliance, said: “This is not the time for a knee-jerk reaction by the Government to cut down on overseas students in a misguided attempt to meet immigration targets. The ONS figures actually show that immigration for study has remained stable. But the UK&#821... Read more »

Prime Minister urged to review international student regulations

Published on October 8, 2012
...ernment intends to publish international student numbers separately within net migration figures was a welcome step towards recognising that international student migration is distinct from permanent migration. However, we urge you to take the next step and remove international student numbers completely from net migration figures. This is a key market for both universities and UK business and industry, and a proven successful export market for th... Read more »

University Alliance support announcement on international student migration

Published on September 13, 2012
...vernment intend to publish international student numbers separately within net migration figures, Libby Hackett, Chief Executive of University Alliance said: “We strongly support this announcement as an important step towards recognising that international student migration is distinct from permanent migration. “The higher education sector is one of the UK’s greatest export industries and it is important that we do not put our international compet... Read more »

Government sending conflicting messages over international students

Published on February 26, 2013
...udent migration which confirms it will continue to include students in the net migration figures, Libby Hackett said: “This is sending conflicting and confusing messages following the Prime Minister’s constructive trip to India last week. It is hard to reconcile this position with David Cameron saying, “Britain’s an open economy.” “It is essential in the current financial climate that immigration regulations do not impede economic growth. We urge... Read more »

International students welcome here

Published on January 7, 2015
...hat several senior Tories are holding fast to their 2010 pledge on cutting net migration to tens of thousands. If we look at the latest ONS figures released in August last year, net migration has surged by 68,000 in the past year to 243,000. This is despite new immigration policies to cut the flow – including a squeeze on international students. But what we should realise here is the number of overseas students has remained stable at 177,000. Even... Read more »

University Alliance responds to the MAC inquiry on overseas students

Published on January 26, 2018 students representing £10.8 billion in export value, 206,600 jobs and a net economic benefit of £20.3 billion. The value is also social as international students contribute to diverse campuses, aiding the preparation of home students for an international workforce, and extending the UK’s soft power abroad. In line with UUK, we believe the government should take positive policy decisions to support universities to grow their international studen... Read more »

Knowledge exchange: Knowledge transfer to support businesses

Published on August 16, 2016
...t turnover increase of more than £50 million and creation of more than 380 net new jobs. In addition, 207 completed the Knowledge Action Network ERDF Programme and 117 completed the LEAD programme. The combined funding won for these exceeded £10 million. Larger businesses are also benefitting. Employers such as HMRC, Tesco, JD Sports, McDonald’s and ASDA George participate in the University’s workplace-relevant continuing professional development... Read more »

Continuing the conversation between Emma Hardy MP and Professor Jane Harrington, Vice-Chancellor of the University of GreenwichΒ 

Published on July 6, 2020
...; it’s one thing to have the right equipment, but another to have the internet connection, the space, and the appropriate environment to undertake the learning. Recognising that different student groups, will have different experiences, we have just partnered with former Education Secretary, Rt Hon Justine Greening , to protect opportunities and boost social mobility, including by developing an Opportunity Action Plan to level up Britain in the wa... Read more »

Telegraph: Universities will see their funding increase after Brexit, education select committee says

Published on April 25, 2017
...he European Structural and Investment Funds. “But since the UK is a “net contributor” to these funds, the Government could set up its own regional growth fund after Brexit which “could easily exceed” the amount of investment that universities traditionally received from the EU,” Camilla Turner, Education Editor, writes in the article. It quoted from our written evidence to the Select Committee – “that the ERDF and ESF hand out ar... Read more »

The Next Government must Invest Across the Whole of Nursing Education

Published on November 23, 2019
...ention of nurses. However, while the bursary provided a much-needed safety net, its removal is not the only cause of current shortages, nor can it be the only solution. This is why we are supporting the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) #FundOurFuture campaign. RCN don’t just want the bursary reinstated, but are calling for over £1bn per year for nursing education across the board, from financial incentives for students to postgraduate routes and cli... Read more »