Article 50 will not affect Erasmus+ applications for 2018
20 April 2017: UK government confirms Article 50 negotiations will not affect UK organisations preparing for participation in Erasmus+ in 2018.
New initiative to help displaced students continue education
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.
Growth in India market for first time in five years
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.
Free Certificates of Achievement for online courses from UK
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.
New guide strengthens ties between Brazil and UK
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.
The shape of global TNE
15 September 2016: summary points from the event 'The shape of global TNE' which presented the latest analysis of future global opportunities in TNE.
Positive impact of study abroad, say UK students
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.
Going Global 2017 themes announced
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.
The role men and women have in addressing gender inequality
May 2016: Panellists explored what #HeForShe campaign means for the global higher education community during Going Global 2016 closing plenary.
Rhodes Must Fall debated by university leaders
May 2016: Prominent student activists from India, South Africa and Ukraine explained their motivations for change to a room full of education leaders at Going Global.
John Kani reads his essay Breakfast with Othello
May 2016: John Kani shares new insights into his relationship with Shakespeare and the impact of the Bard on his life.
UK and South Africa launch bilateral research initiative
May 2016: Launched at Going Global, the programme will support higher education research into security, science, technology and political theory.
Rankings should not distract from national priorities
May 2016: The value of university rankings in helping nations develop their higher education systems was debated in a passionate session at Going Global.
We must support HEIs in response to the refugee crisis
May 2016: Supporting universities in response to the ‘unprecedented’ refugee crisis is crucial, an audience was told at Going Global.
Investment in HEIs can stem brain drain
May 2016: A panel of experts discussed the global impact of ‘brain drain’ for a special BBC World Service recording of The Forum at Going Global.
Africa’s greatest resource is her people
May 2016: Her Excellency Ameenah Gurib-Fakin, President, Mauritus, gave the keynote speech at the plenary session National Goals and education: ‘Made in Africa’ solutions at Going Global.
New policy study reveals best-engaged countries
May 2016: Our new index that charts levels of government support for international higher education in 26 countries shows Germany and Malaysia leading the pack.
Multilingualism versus English as a medium of instruction
May 2016: The transformative role language plays in the national and international development of higher education was hotly debated at the start of Going Global.
Going Global opens with a call for greater equality in HE
May 2016: SA Minister Dr Blade Nzimande, UK Minister Matt Hancock, Professor Adam Habib, Professor Janet Beer, and our CEO Ciarán Devane have opened this year's conference.