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Readjusting to the UK

12 September 2019
UUKi resident blogger Itunu Abolarinwa shares her experience of readjusting to the UK after returning from her year abroad in California.

Travel in the USA with a Thouron Award

13 August 2019
What is particularly unique about the Thouron Award is you are given a stipend with which you are actively encouraged to travel.

UUKi responds to PM's proposed shake up of immigration rules and Horizon guarantee

8 August 2019
We share Prime-Minister’s ambition to build on the UK’s position as science and research superpower.

UUKi partners with the Thouron Award to promote US/UK postgraduate exchange

29 July 2019
Universities UK International (UUKi) is delighted to partner with the Thouron Award to help promote the Thouron scholarship scheme which aims to further British-American understanding.

New scheme will fund UK students to visit India during their studies

23 July 2019
Universities UK International (UUKi) and British Council India are delighted to announce the launch of the UKIERI Mobility Programme: Study in India

The Scale of TNE 2017-18 – Sneak preview #1 – Macro trends

22 July 2019
The first in a series of sneak preview blogs, sharing some of the stories that emerge as we analyse the latest TNE data for our upcoming report ‘The scale and scope of TNE 2019’

A Brit abroad: its true, dreams are made in the Big Apple

10 July 2019
Resident UUKi blogger Itunu Abolarinwa has recently completed a year abroad at Pitzer College, California. As her year came to an end, Itunu visited New York City for the first time – providing an opportunity reflect on her time in America.

UK, Germany and France join forces to help UK students Go International

25 June 2019
UUKi is delighted to announce a new partnership with Campus France, and the DAAD, London branch, as part of our Go International: Stand Out campaign.

The Global Citizenship Portfolio - recognising global learning on campus

19 June 2019
Our renewed enthusiasm for mobility is driven by the need for distinctiveness and by the realisation that our graduates are missing out on developing the global skills valued by today's employers