Wales and Viet Nam cement higher education commitment

Visits to Cardiff and Edinburgh this week saw the reaffirmation of the longstanding partnership between the Vietnamese and Welsh governments in higher education. In Scotland for COP 26 and in the presence of Prime Minister Phạm Minh Chính, the Vietnamese Vice … »

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Welsh universities support one in 20 jobs in Wales

Welsh universities bring significant economic benefits to the whole of Wales – generating over £5 billion for the economy and one in 20 jobs across the country. These are the findings of a new independent report by Viewforth Consulting published … »

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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 students who collected exam results today. “Over the past 18 months, students have worked incredibly hard under the most challenging circumstances and it is really encouraging … »

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Student vaccination – a sector statement

​University leaders are encouraging new and existing students to take up the opportunity to get fully vaccinated as soon as possible. In a joint letter published today, sector representatives have outlined the ways higher education providers are engaging, explaining and encouraging new and existing students to get … »

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Global Wales celebrates collaboration at the heart of its international HE strategy

Global Wales, the international education partnership comprising Universities Wales, Welsh Government, British Council Wales, and the Higher Education funding Council for Wales, came together for its first flagship conference yesterday, to celebrate the end of its current three-year phase and look ahead as the programme grows to 2026.     The Global Wales conference ‘Collaborative Approaches to delivering International … »

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