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Why blog about outward student mobility?

When I started blogging about the benefits of student mobility across national borders and the need to internationalise European universities in 2012, I was struck by how far behind the UK was in some areas, especially outward student mobility. Then, like now, the loudest voices in higher education were prioritising incoming (non-EU) international student recruitment. […]

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Sharp decline in part-time students in England

A third of students at English universities study part-time, but numbers are falling and the decline accelerated between 2011 and 2013 to the alarm of policy makers who fear the downward spiral could harm the economic recovery. Ten years ago, 47% of all entrants to higher education in England were on part-time courses. Today, that […]

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