Partnerships with universities could also be rewarding for local authorities.
Posts Tagged: Universities & Skills
The Conservatives are doing what is right and doing it well – winning votes is a happy by-product of that approach.
Election day is scarcely eight weeks away, presenting a united front matters, and this is no time for the Conservatives to be squabbling over immigration policy.
We scratch and scrabble around looking for solutions to the challenge. But this is the key.
They know that higher education does not justify the costs of universal provision, but can’t or won’t admit it.
A clear plan. A strong retail offer. The right direction. A vision for the country. Labour’s strategic failure. And let’s not forget…Ed Miliband.
Garvan Walshe: May warned of the “Nasty Party”. Her new student immigration policy would make it the stupid one.
While the rest of the world is competing to attract the world’s brightest brains, it would seem that May wants us to deport the hardy souls we’re unable to deter.
They are the logical next step in the increased variety of secondary schooling which is now on offer because of Michael Gove’s reforms.
Osborne simply has no political room to do anything very much. The big decisions will come after the election – whoever is in office.
There is good news and bad for all the main parties in our analysis, plus good news for the Green Party and less good news for UKIP.
The Chairman of Migration Match responds to the article a week ago on this site by Mark Field MP.
We have a deficit of over £100 billion. We have record household debt. We need an Affordability Commission.
University may be right for some students, and essential for certain professions, but it isn’t right for everybody.
Are we really meant to change immigration policy on the basis of the answers to a skewed question from 14 people?
Geoffrey Clifton-Brown MP: Why Britain must make it more appealing for the Chinese to apply for visas
Not to make it easier to get one – but to make the paperwork more simple.