Engaging with a broader range of students’ prior learning experiences and pathways

UK universities and higher education institutions are re-examining their recruitment strategies and models, with a focus on long-term sustainability and the need to diversify international student recruitment. This major blog…

What can analysis of our data tell UK higher education institutions about emerging international markets?

UK universities and higher education institutions are re-examining their recruitment strategies and models, with a focus on long-term sustainability and the need to diversify international student recruitment. This major blog…

UK international student recruitment changes: away from the EU, towards South Asia and West Africa

UK universities and higher education institutions are re-examining their recruitment strategies and models, with a focus on long-term sustainability and the need to diversify international student recruitment. This major new…

Reflections: Cuba 2015

At the famous Buena Vista Social Club in Havana, where audience participation in the evening’s entertainment is obligatory, the compere asked members of the audience their country of origin. When…

Student mobility to increase employability and integration in the workplace

The International Projects team at UK NARIC recently participated alongside other international stakeholders in higher education, in an EU-funded study visit* to Poitiers, France on how student mobility increases employability…

Reflections: Morocco

“Play it again Sam” Although never said these words are probably the most famous quote associated with Casablanca; however the city offers so much more than the backdrop to the…

Reflections: Libya

In September 2013, UK NARIC was given the opportunity to revisit Libya, a country in transition following the fall of the Gaddafi regime in 2011. UK NARIC first visited Libya…

Reflections: Bosnia and Herzegovina

In September UK NARIC visited Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) to deliver a capacity building workshop for the ENICs in the region of the Former Yugoslavia. Our workshop was…