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More than a third (34.3%) of FTSE 350 board positions are now held by women. Number of women on FTSE 350 boards has risen from 682 to 1026 in 5 years, final Hampton-Alexander Review report reveals FTSE 100, 250 and 350 all reached target of women making
There are millions of highly educated migrants in OECD countries – so where have they come from? OECD data reveals that there are around 120 million migrants living in OECD member countries. 30 to 35 percent of these migrants are considered highly educated, meaning they have received vocational
A new £100 million scheme for British students to study and work abroad will replace the UK’s participation in Erasmus+. Thousands of students will be able to study and do work placements across the world through a brand new scheme that replaces the UK’s participation in Erasmus+. The
The University of Oxford and the University of Cambridge take the top two spots in the recent UK university league table by The Times Higher Education. This UK university league table reveals the best UK universities and colleges, according to the trusted Times Higher Education World University Rankings 2021. The
Education Secretary announces plans to review the university admissions system and potential move to post qualification admissions. Students in England could receive university offers only once they have obtained their final grades under proposals to change the current admissions system, Education Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced today.
The event will feature universities and colleges from across the UK as well as ten live webinars on essential topics, such as UCAS personal statements, clearing, and student finance. The UK University Search offers a special online and interactive Virtual Fair on 17 June. They have been
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is introducing new flexibility for ACCA students around the world to enable them to take their exams at home or in another location in circumstances where centre-based exam sittings are disrupted. This development will ensure the robust and secure way
Eight new T Levels, including Legal and Accounting, will be taught from 2022 alongside the 10 courses already on offer from 2020 and 2021. Further education colleges and other post-16 providers are invited to sign up to teach the next wave of the government’s new T Levels