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Exporting Education UK and Independent Higher Education
Exporting Education UK is a cross sector group of UK organisations involved in international education who have come together to promote the value of the sector to the UK and its contribution to the UK’s long term competitiveness in the global economy. www.exeduk.com
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APPG Inquiry report in Times Higher Education letters
James Pitman, Managing Director UK and Europe at Study Group referencing the APPG’s inquiry recommendations in the letters to the Times Higher Education (17.01.19)
View the press release from the launch of the APPG’s Inquiry Report here. The launch of the report received press coverage in outlets including the following:
- BBC News (06.11.18)
- The Guardian (06.11.18)
- i newspaper (06.11.18)
- TES (06.11.18)
- Times of India (06.11.18)
- StudyTravel Magazine (06.11.18)
- The PIE News (06.11.18)
- China Xinhua News (06.11.18)
- Study Travel Magazine (07.11.18)
UK Parliament hears second round of evidence on int’l students (12.09.18)
The final Oral Evidence sessions for the APPG’s Inquiry held on 11 September received press coverage in The PIE News (12.09.18)
APPG inquiry starts evidence gathering with stakeholders session (18.07.18)
The first Oral Evidence session for the APPG’s Inquiry held on 17 July received press coverage in The PIE News (18.07.18).
APPG Inquiry Launch: A Sustainable Future for International Students in the UK? (03.07.18)
You can view the press release from the launch of the APPG’s first inquiry here: MPs and Peers announce first-ever Inquiry into building a sustainable future for international students in the UK. The launch of the inquiry also received press coverage in The PIE News (03.07.18) and in Study Travel Magazine (05.07.18).
First Formal Meeting of the APPG (15.11.16)
You can view the press release from the first formal meeting of the APPG, which welcomed Universities Minister, Jo Johnson online here. The meeting also received press coverage in The PIE News (22.11.16).
APPG Vice Chair Ben Howlett MP writes in The Telegraph standing up for the virtues of immigration. (25.10.16)
Conservative MP for Bath and APPG Vice Chair Ben Howlett wrote an opinion piece in The Telegraph standing up for the ‘virtues of immigration’.
Lord Bilimoria, APPG Co-Chair, addresses the government’s highly problematic stance on international students (14.10.16)
Lord Bilimoria, wrote an opinion piece in The Times suggesting that the government’s immigration policies have made the UK a laughing stock to our main competitors in attracting international students to the UK.
The Times offers further support for the value of international students (13.10.16)
The Times’ leading article on 13 October offered strong support for the value of international students, arguing that the government “should be doing all it can to attract high-calibre foreign students
APPG Co-Chair Lord Bilimoria on outcome of EU Referendum (05.06.16)
Lord Bilimoria, the Co-Chair of the APPG, gave an impassioned speech on the outcome of the European Union Referendum to the House of Lords on 5th July 2016. His speech can be read in full here.
APPG Co-Chairs quoted in BBC article on Hobsons International Student Survey (17.05.16)
The APPG’s Co-Chairs, Paul Blomfield MP and Lord Bilimoria, have been quoted, regarding a new international student survey by Hobsons showing that almost half of students surveyed said that Brexit would make UK study less attractive, in the article ‘Brexit “risks international student recruitment”‘.
Inaugural Meeting of the APPG (09.05.16)
View the press release from the inaugural meeting of the APPG online here. The inaugural meeting received press coverage in outlets including the following:
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