Responding today to the publication by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) of a new report into the future demand for higher education (HE), Executive Director of Yorkshire Universities, Dr Peter O’Brien, said:
Recently, I ‘attended’ The graduate labour market post COVID-19: priorities for university careers services and the role of universities, employers and government in preparing students event, hosted by the Westminster Higher Education Forum. With the economic crisis presenting new challenges for many young people seeking employment, including graduates, here is what I found out:
Recently, Nesta launched a report exploring how cities and regions collaborate internationally on innovation. If done effectively, international collaborations offer the opportunity to hit multiple policy priorities: levelling up regions, boosting investment in R&D towards 2.4 percent of GDP, and strengthening overseas relationships post-Brexit.
You can read the response from Yorkshire Universities on the Sheffield City Region Strategic Economic Plan consultation here.