The role of English language learning in a sustainable international recruitment strategy

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…

Sustainable values and societal impact

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…

Fast-tracking dreams: supporting people who want to live in the UK

There are people right across the world who have a dream to live in the UK. Sometimes it’s to work. Others want to study, while being with family is the…

Ukraine: support for the recognition of qualifications and skills of refugees

On 24 February 2022, after weeks of escalating tension, Ukraine saw the beginning of a major conflict, that is ongoing at the time of writing. As of 14 March, approximately…

“Comparable to Bachelor degree”: what does this comparison statement mean?

Some UK ENIC evaluations state that an award can be “considered comparable to Bachelor degree”. This might appear in UK ENIC statements of comparability issued to individuals, or in our…

Graduate recruitment best practice

The Graduate Market in 2014, a study of graduate vacancies at the country’s leading employers, has highlighted that employers are increasing their graduate intake by nearly 10% in 2014. Despite…

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…