Universities UK’s written representation to HM Treasury’s Budget 2018

Budget 2018 representationUniversities UK’s written representation to HM Treasury ahead of the Budget 2018. This submission outlines policies which the government can implement to support universities in promoting social mobility, delivering high-quality skills training, and driving research and innovation in all regions and nations of the UK.

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Universities UK response to government announcement of additional student hardship funding

2 February 2021
While the additional funding is welcome, the government must also acknowledge that student hardship is just one of many increasingly difficult issues facing students, universities and staff at this time.

UUK response to government’s interim response to the Augar review, post-qualifications admissions consultation and TEF

21 January 2021
UUK has responded to government’s interim response to the Augar review, post-qualifications admissions consultation and TEF

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Laying the foundations for a skills-led recovery

29 January 2021
​Following the publication of the UK government’s Skills for jobs white paper, Greg Wade, UUK’s policy lead on innovation, growth, employability and skills, studies its proposals and makes the case for a ‘whole skills approach’.

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Pathways and flexibility are key to supporting lifelong learning

18 December 2020
Dave Phoenix, Vice-Chancellor of London South Bank University, argues that if we are to facilitate lifelong learning and avoid ‘educational dead ends’, universities must play a core role in qualification design.