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Isn’t going abroad what university is all about?

13 June 2019
UUKi Policy Researcher Katherine Allinson examines the findings of UUKi’s latest outward student mobility cohort study Gone International: rising aspirations.

More UK students head for Japan as part of their studies

7 June 2019
Next week UUKi will be launching its latest OSM publication, Gone International 2019. Here Nick Mithen, Policy Officer (Asia) zooms in on student mobility between the UK and Japan.

UUKi and CRCC Asia join forces to help more UK students Go International

24 May 2019
Universities UK International (UUKi) is delighted to announce a new partnership with CRCC Asia as part of the Go International: Stand Out campaign.

University of Bradford pharmacy and chemistry students embark on research placements abroad

9 May 2019
The University of Bradford’s Faculty of Life Sciences and the Opportunities Abroad team have enabled undergraduate and postgraduate students to complete a research-intensive Erasmus+ work placement with partner institutions across Europe.

Student author of study abroad book on her Erasmus+ experience

8 May 2019
Abigail Nobes is a third year French and Spanish student at the University of Portsmouth and has recently published a book on her Erasmus+ year abroad.

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A Brit abroad: finding ‘American confidence’ while studying overseas

11 April 2019
In her first blog for UUKi, University of Birmingham student, Itunu Abolarinwa, reflects on her first six months on exchange at Pitzer College, California.

Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

Inter-campus mobility at Heriot-Watt University

11 April 2019
Heriot Watt University operates campuses in Scotland, Dubai and Malaysia, and its students have the opportunity to study abroad through the provision of inter-campus mobility.

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Five (financial) reasons why UK institutions engage in TNE

3 April 2019
UUKi's Head of Transnational Education, Eduardo Ramos, summarises why UK universities continue to invest in transnational education.

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UK and Kenyan university leaders meet to discuss opportunities for collaboration

19 March 2019
Senior Policy Officer (Sub-Saharan Africa & International Development), Richard Grubb, writes on a roundtable meeting between UK and Kenyan university leaders to discuss opportunities for collaboration.

British public welcomes international students, new report shows

13 March 2019
New research shows that the majority of the British public welcome international students coming to the UK and there is wide public support for international students staying on to work in Britain.