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

Published on August 29, 2014
...latest Office of National Statistics (ONS) quarterly estimate which has seen net migration to Britain increasing by 68,000 in the past year to 243,000, 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 ove... Read more »

Prime Minister urged to review international student regulations

Published on October 8, 2012
...mental economic, political and cultural impact at a time when we should be 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 i... Read more »

University Alliance support announcement on international student migration

Published on September 13, 2012
...students separately within net migration figures 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... Read more »

Knowledge exchange: Knowledge transfer to support businesses

Published on August 16, 2016
...tre is dedicated to working with SMEs and putting its knowledge to work to encourage growth and leadership. Since its inception in 2001, it has worked with almost 2,300 SMEs across the North West of England. Through programmes such as the current Greater Manchester High Growth Network, Cheshire and Warrington Business Growth Programme, and Smart Cheshire , the Centre has laid the foundation for long-term growth in small businesses and social enter... Read more »

University Alliance responds to the MAC inquiry on overseas students

Published on January 26, 2018
...ending 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 student numbers, as follows: launch an ambitious, cross-Government strategy to increase international student numbers enhance post-study work opportunities provide additional financial backing to market the UK offer overseas reduce the compliance burden on sponsors of international... 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 »

Government sending conflicting messages over international students

Published on February 26, 2013
...report 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 »

New technology improving water quality monitoring

Published on February 16, 2015
...cher passive sampling devices have been used to monitor a diverse range of environmental problems, from pharmaceuticals in drinking water to the release of radioactive caesium after the Fukushima nuclear reactor incident in Japan. Most pollutants are diffuse and although their concentrations are often low, they can have a toxic impact on the environment and people or animals. Monitoring pollutants in water is a major challenge. Traditional spot (g... Read more »

This app can change your life

Published on February 26, 2016
...game. For example, Plymouth University’s Brush DJ, a free app designed to encourage youngsters to adopt and maintain an effective oral health care routine, has been downloaded on more than 197,000 devices in 188 countries. There have been impressive numbers of downloads for SAM app a free self-help app for anxiety – – more than 500,000 users worldwide in more than 100 countries. It was developed by psychologists, computer and engineer... Read more »

Design: a long view

Published on November 22, 2012
...find etymological traces of the word design in the Latin term Disegno, conveniently suggesting as it does, both the practice and the product of drawing. However, the slightly less considered origin for the meaning of the word describes intention. One of the most common contexts in which someone in the first half of the nineteenth-century might come across the word design was when reading about the designs that eligible young men might have for eli... Read more »