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

Published on August 29, 2014
...3,000, University 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. B... Read more »

Prime Minister urged to review international student regulations

Published on October 8, 2012 encouraging, not hindering, areas of strength and growth. Overseas students benefit business through work placements or as permanent workers filling highly specialised skills needs, often in shortage areas, after graduation. These students are estimated to bring £8 billion to the UK annually. They also help to create an international environment for home students to study in, preparing them for the global workplace they will eventually graduat... Read more »

University Alliance support announcement on international student migration

Published on September 13, 2012 In response to today’s announcement from David Willetts that the Government 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 indu... Read more »

Government sending conflicting messages over international students

Published on February 26, 2013 on student 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 grow... Read more »

International students welcome here

Published on January 7, 2015
...hat’s why we should be trying to attract more international students and then encouraging them to stay and work in this country after their studies. We can guess why the Home Secretary has made this suggestion, not least that 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... Read more »

University Alliance responds to the MAC inquiry on overseas students

Published on January 26, 2018
...UK higher education. The economic evidence is clear with international 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... Read more »

Knowledge exchange: Knowledge transfer to support businesses

Published on August 16, 2016
...mmes for McDonald’s offer foundation degrees to store managers and for the company’s franchisees; and Tesco’s managers learn through bespoke management programmes. For those at the start of their business journey, start-up incubation unit Innospace gives support to entrepreneurs with low-cost facilities and on-demand mentoring to help get their companies off the ground. More than 100 start-up businesses can benefit at any one time from the flexibl... 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
...tion, universities could be using these links to build bridges into employment; encouraging businesses to take on quality internships and help graduates move on and progress with their careers and not drop into unemployment. Such an approach would provide benefits for individuals, business and the economy. Now is the time for solutions; I think the sector would also benefit from a joined up education and employment strategy from government. JH: Ab... Read more »

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

Published on April 25, 2017
...a Turner, Education Editor, writes in the article. It quoted from our written evidence to the Select Committee – “that the ERDF and ESF hand out around £100 million each year in British universities to fund projects promoting enterprise and growth in their local area. But if the Government set up a new fund, far more could be invested in universities.” You can read our written evidence to the inquiry is available online here. Alliance... Read more »

The Next Government must Invest Across the Whole of Nursing Education

Published on November 23, 2019 to attract students to these courses, and support them once they have been enrolled. Government policies and interventions over the last few years have decimated England’s NHS workforce and, with shortages of over 40,000 nurses, the situation has finally reached crisis point. One such intervention was the scrapping of the bursary in 2016. A lifeline for many nursing students, the loss of financial support meant many were unable to take on the c... Read more »