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UWE Bristol in the top seven English universities for graduate employment

UWE Bristol_UN

UWE Bristol graduates are moving forward in the business market regardless of the troublesome monetary atmosphere in the recent years, as exhibited in the relative information from the Higher Education Statistics Agency distributed today. Figures discharged today by the Higher Education Statistics Agency demonstrate that 95% of graduates from UWE Bristol went into occupation or further study, the seventh best ... Read More »

Work with employers pays off – best employment figures for UWE Bristol students yet

UWE Bristol_UN

A centered exertion to work together with provincial head honchos to create the aptitudes graduates need is paying profits in graduate job prospects for understudies at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol). Vocation for graduates from UWE Bristol has arrived at another high as indicated by the most recent figures from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA). ... Read More »

Universities say £9bn building boom will boost economy

UK universities

By Judith Burns A £9bn building boom at some of the UK’s best known universities will create jobs and boost the economy, according to a report. The report for the Russell Group of universities says investment in buildings and facilities will generate thousands of new jobs. The study analysed 69 capital projects at the group’s 24 member institutions. The group’s ... Read More »

Rising employability rates highlight opportunities in the agricultural sector

Royal Agricultural University

The Royal Agricultural University is celebrating high employability figures across the board. Recent surveys of 2013 graduates have shown that 96.3% of undergraduates and 97.5% of postgraduates were in employment or further study within six months of leaving the RAU. The official statistics for undergraduate students are produced for the annual national survey, organised by HESA (the Higher Education statistics ... Read More »

University funding warning as most hit by new fees

St Andrews University

More than half of Scottish universities attracted fewer students from the rest of the UK after the introduction of fees of up to £9000. Official figures obtained by The Herald show 10 of Scotland’s 18 higher education institutions saw numbers from England, Wales and Northern Ireland drop in 2012/13 – when fees were charged for the first time. The decline ... Read More »

Dramatic fall in non-EU students at UK universities “appears to justify” immigration policy fears, says expert

UK Universities

The Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) found a 1% drop between the number of non-EU students enrolling in universities across the UK between 2011/12 and the last academic year, 2012/13. While there had been a 6% increase in the number of students arriving from China and a 15% increase in those arriving from Hong Kong, the number of new Indian ... Read More »

Scottish universities more elitist than rest of UK

By Rhiannon Williams Scotland’s universities are continuing to lag behind that elsewhere in the UK for the number of students admitted from deprived backgrounds, according to new figures. Details released by the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA) show 26.6 per cent of full-time undergraduates studying in Scotland in 2011-12 came from the poorest homes, compared with 30.7 per cent across ... Read More »

Part-time student numbers fall at UK universities

UK universities

By Judith Burns The number of part-time students enrolled at UK universities fell across the board last year, figures show. The change was most marked for part-time students starting the first year of postgraduate courses, where some 14% fewer students enrolled in 2011-12 than the year before. The number of part-time undergraduates beginning their first year dropped by 8% in ... Read More » • Free Website Templates - Downlaod Full Themes