As 2017 draws to an end we would like to share some of the highlights of our work around the world in Higher Education.
October 2017: A new British Council report shows that the UK’s literature, history and traditions are its strongest assets in attracting Chinese students to study here.
24 May 2017: City leaders and higher education experts discuss the challenges and opportunities in the relationship between city and university.
24 May 2017: Panel at Going Global 2017 tell delegates China is both a developed economy and a developing economy and it is both of those things at scale.
24 May 2017: Delegates at Going Global 2017 discuss the role of universities and regeneration, both in the provision of education and their impact on their surroundings.
24 May 2017: It’s not enough for universities do good in global and local terms, they must also explain to the public how and why they create benefit, Going Global delegates are told.
23 May 2017: Going Global 2017 discusses how universities and their internationalisation agendas can survive in a so called ‘post-truth’ world,.
23 May 2017: Are higher education institutions suffering from a failure of the imagination when tackling the challenges posed by megacities?
23 May 2017: a panel of speakers from around the world examined this issue at Going Global 2017.
23 May 2017: the British Council and the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) have launched a new TNE framework and data collection guidelines.
23 May 2017: Delegates at Going Global 2017 discuss Innovation Districts - an emerging urban model in cities around the world that hold higher education institutions at their heart.
22 May 2017: Aromar Revi is keynote speaker at opening plenary of Going Global 2017 for which the theme is 'Global cities: connecting talent, driving change'.
20 April 2017: UK government confirms Article 50 negotiations will not affect UK organisations preparing for participation in Erasmus+ in 2018.
23 March 2017: A new platform offers international education opportunities for college and graduate students whose access to education has been cut off by crises in their home countries.
9 March 2017: The latest UK visa and immigration figures released for 2016 indicate that the Indian market has turned and now is primed for growth and investment.
19 January 2017: Students in more than 35 official development assistance countries given the opportunity to celebrate their learning with a free Certificate of Achievement.
15 Sep 2016: The first guide to Brazilian higher education courses in English is launched today with the hope of expanding the growing scientific and academic links between our countries.
15 September 2016: summary points from the event 'The shape of global TNE' which presented the latest analysis of future global opportunities in TNE.
15 Aug 2016: Our new report 'Broadening Horizons 2016: Maximising the impact of study abroad' finds that UK students perceive many positive impacts from study abroad.
July 2016: This year's theme 'Global cities: connecting talent, driving change' will explore how universities connect cities to global knowledge and talent and addressing global challenges.