Universities Wales response to WG Draft Budget 2020-21

In response to the publication of the Welsh Government’s draft budget for 2020-21, Amanda Wilkinson, Director of Universities Wales, said: “Universities Wales welcomes the Welsh Government’s budget for 2020-21 which sees the Welsh Government delivering upon its commitments to students … »

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Open letter on EU Structural Funds

November 2019 Dear Parliamentary Party Candidates, While many of the key issues for the people and places of Wales are devolved, there are areas where decisions made by the UK Government and UK Parliament have direct and indirect consequences. This … »

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Blog: Welsh delegation to Texas, Alabama and Georgia

The Welsh Government’s Minister for Education, Kirsty Williams AM, recently traveled to Texas, Alabama, and Georgia in the Southern States of the US.  In this week’s blog, Dr. Maggie Parke, Market Development Manager at Universities Wales, shares her experiences on … »

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Statement on A-Level Results Day

Commenting on A-Level results day, a spokesperson for Universities Wales, said:  “Congratulations to all the students who collected their results today and are now looking forward to their next steps, which for many will include studying at university. It’s great … »

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Global Wales identifies new priority country

Following Global Wales’ recent announcement that India has been selected as its next priority market, this week’s blog by Tracey Marenghi – Marketing and Communications Manager at Universities Wales, explores why India has so much opportunity to benefit Welsh HE’s … »

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