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NEW RESOURCES TO EDUCATE 8-16 YEAR-OLDS ON FRAUD AND SCAMS

Friends Against Scams initiative to include adaptable interactive workshops for children aged 8-16 

£730,000 to boost skills, diversity and wellbeing in maritime

Increased funding for maritime careers and the welfare of seafarers interactive roadshows launched to show young women the value of STEM studies and the full breadth of maritime careers £140,000 to safeguard the wellbeing of existing sailors, ensuring they are supported when returning from sea funding launched as part of London International Shipping Week, the leading global event in the maritime calendar More young people will be supported to embark on a career at sea, thanks to a suite of new policies announced by Maritime Minister Nusrat Ghani today (12 September 2019).

International graduates in any subject, including #STEM, will be able to stay in the UK for two years to find work - Attracting and Retaining the Brightest and Best #Talent

OECD’s report ‘Education at a Glance’

Higher education needs to step up efforts to prepare students for the future Demand for tertiary education continues to rise, but its further expansion will only be sustainable if it matches the supply of graduates with labour market and social needs and gives them the skills required to navigate the future, according to a new OECD report.

‘Brain drain’ evident in the UK cities as 58% of students relocate after graduation

Glasgow and Edinburgh Revealed as Best Cities for Keeping Students After Graduation  Recent research has revealed Glasgow and Edinburgh as the best cities in the UK for keeping students in the city after graduation. Over half (51%) of students who studied in the Scottish university cities decided to stay to work after their studies.