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HE and FE must collaborate over the National Skills Fund

The UK faces many skills challenges in the future not least of all ensuring economic and social success post Brexit.

Independent advisors announced to support Universities UK’s work dealing with racial harassment

@DrTonySewell, Jatin Haria @CRER_Scotland, and @SandraKerrBITC have been appointed as independent expert advisors to @UniversitiesUK (UUK) as the #HE higher education sector seeks to redouble efforts to prevent and respond to #racial harassment and hate crime.

Time is running out to save #Erasmus+

Losing study abroad scheme would blow a hole in UK economic prospects  More than 17,000 UK university students are hoping that the UK Government can negotiate continued involvement in Erasmus+ in its trade discussions with the European Union so they can develop important and necessary skills overseas next year.

Golden opportunity for government to reverse decline in adult learning

Greater financial support for #Microcredentials would supercharge #LifelongLearning The continuing decline in adult learning could be halted through greater access to financial support when studying shorter courses, according to Universities UK (UUK).

Universities UK response to UK-EU trade negotiations proposals

Today, UK Government has set out its position for UK-EU negotiations over future trade agreements, with student mobility and research programmes an important part of the discussions.

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