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Lords blame government immigration policy for decline in international students in key subjects
14 April 2014
Numbers of international students seeking to study key subjects at UK universities are falling because tighter immigration rules are creating an "unwelcoming" impression, an influential House of Lords committee says.
Starting salaries for graduate jobs decline as economic downturn bites
13 April 2014
Starting salaries for graduate-type occupations have fallen overall over the past five years, according to analysis for TheCompleteUniversityGuide.co.uk, published today (Monday, April 14 2014).
National strategy to address gaps between students of different backgrounds
08 April 2014
A national strategy, which seeks to address the gaps in access and student success at higher education institutions, has been developed by The Office for Fair Access (OFFA) and the Higher Education Funding Council (HEFCE).
Fees blamed as English universities suffer first dip in international recruitment for 29 years
06 April 2014
A dip in international recruitment – the first fall for 29 years – is raising questions for English universities and UK government.
Employers seek agile and adaptive graduates
04 April 2014
Graduates who move between job roles and sectors early on in their career are more valued by employers, a report from the National Centre for Universities and Business (NCUB) finds.
UK graduates still rely on financial and retail sector for employment but recruitment to manufacturing picks up
25 March 2014
TheCompleteUniversityGuide.co.uk today reveals that finance and retail recruit the greatest proportion of graduates into graduate-type employment, with niche manufacturing steadily improving from the downturn caused by the financial crisis.
2014 Student Lifestyle Survey shows how increased debt is changing student attitudes
12 March 2014
Sodexo’s 2014 University Lifestyle survey is the first since significant changes to the UK university fees structure in 2012. With the sharp rise in university tuition fees, Sodexo has found that UK students taking a much more complex approach when deciding whether or not to attend university.
UK and European universities slip in global reputation rankings
07 March 2014
Australia, the UK and mainland Europe are the losers in the latest Times Higher Education World Reputation Rankings, beaten by a consolidation of strength in the US and the sustained performance of leading Asian universities.
Snowden elected as rector for Glasgow University
19 February 2014
NSA whistleblower, Edward Snowden has been elected to serve as Glasgow University rector after winning the student vote by an overwhelming majority.
English university budgets slashed, and vice chancellors "rebuked" over their pay
18 February 2014
Universities and other higher education institutions in England face further heavy cuts in their direct support from the UK government.