Branch campuses are being mooted as the cure to many universities’ Brexit ills. But making it work will require effort and investment for many years.
With the UK’s continued participation in Erasmus+ in question due to Brexit, Catriona Hanks showcases some of the finds from a recent report showing the benefits of outward student mobility.
We’ve heard a lot about the dangers facing universities over the coming months and years, but what about the opportunities? Leila Gouran gives an optimistic take on our challenges.
Universities are struggling to win the debate on international students because they are preaching to the choir. Sunder Katwala sets out a strategy for reaching out beyond the ‘usual suspects’.
Tony Strike was in Columbus, Ohio this week, and reflects on how American colleagues are suffering the same sense of grief and bewilderment as UK HE did in the summer.
Global course search data can give us a clue as to where post-Brexit demand for UK universities may be declining, or perhaps even increasing. Aaron Porter has crunched the numbers.
Where are all the international students in the UK? We take a look at which universities face the potential for greatest losses if recruitment of international students becomes much harder.
Christina Slade criticises UKVI’s selection of a small group of universities to trial differential student visas.
The entire HE sector will suffer for Brexit, but university business schools face some of the stiffest challenges to keep up in the global marketplace, argues Angus Laing.
Geographical boundaries cannot restrict any individual or organisation driven enough to transcend them. If universities are determined, they can make the most of Brexit.
After Brexit, universities role as an instrument of British soft power is more important than ever, argues Vivienne Stern.
Universities have over-relied on growth to see themselves through tough times. The safer option now is to consolidate and see out the coming crisis, argues Jim Dickinson.
Smita Jamdar gives a quick overview of the legal challenges for universities as we move towards Brexit, particularly the upcoming changes to the status of EU students.
We need to get thinking now about the medium-to-long term effects of Brexit, and take action to pre-empt their effects. Ant Bagshaw runs down the bigger effects of our looming divorce from the EU.
The decision to Brexit is inimical to the very values of university life and much that we take for granted, argues Martin McQuillan.
Ben Jordan of UCAS considers the impact of a Brexit on admissions to HE
Getting ahead of the EU referendum debates to come, Emran Mian picks apart four main arguments from the HE sector’s campaign to stay in the EU.