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International students are worth £28.8 billion to the UK

New @HEPI_news and @UUKIntl analysis shows that just one year’s intake of incoming international students is worth £28.8 billion to the UK economy   Today’s report, The costs and benefits of international higher education students to the UK economy, published by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) and Universities UK International (UUKi), with research from London Economics, finds the benefits of hosting international students significantly outweighs the costs of international students, including their use of public services, which are put at £2.9 billion.

UK slips further behind the US (again)

The Higher Education Policy Institute (@HEPI_news) has published its annual Soft-Power Index, which counts how many serving world leaders were educated in countries other than their own.

International students in the UK – perspectives put in context

The attraction of the UK as a destination for international students seeking a tertiary education has long been on the rise and this is evidenced by the fact that in 2018 these students added an estimated £20 billion to the UK economy.

The student voice and accommodation

Today’s students are powerful consumers, especially when this power is wielded as a collective.

Students’ voices in curriculum design

Woodrow Wilson’s assertion that ‘It is easier to move a cemetery than to change a curriculum’ is being put to the test in higher education.

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