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Admissions reform must not leave students marooned without proper careers support

Reform to the university admissions system should only take place if there is a commitment from the UK government to enhance investment in careers advice for applicants to boost student choice, says Universities UK (UUK) in its response published today to the UK government’s consultation on Post-Qualifications Admissions (PQA).

Remaining university students to return to campus no earlier than 17 May

All university students who have not yet returned to campus and in-person teaching will be able to do so from 17 May, at the earliest, @MichelleDonelan has confirmed today (Tuesday 13 April).  

Universities UK has launched a formal consultation with employers in the Universities Superannuation Scheme

@UniversitiesUK (UUK) has launched a formal consultation with employers in the Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS), seeking views on ways of creating a valuable, affordable, inclusive, and sustainable scheme for their staff for the long term.

Universities UK responds to Chinese government sanctions on UK academic

Last Friday (26 Mar) the Chinese Foreign Ministry has announced sanctions on UK individuals and organisations:

Government must not take students’ resilience for granted

@UniversitiesUK has today (26 Mar) urged the government not to ignore the needs of over a million university students when deciding how to further ease lockdown restrictions in England.

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