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    Uni ‘encouraged’ by Home Office’s commitment to review overseas student policy

    Sajid Javid said that he would “like to look at again” the policy that includes international students within the government’s drive to reduce net migration into the UK

    Oxford students to sue University over strikes

    SU condemns “consumer-rights approach” to compensation case

    Universities’ spending on staff reaches record low

    While universities’ income increased from 2015/16, the proportion of expenditure on university staff dropped to a record low

    There is still power in a union – but it erodes...

    In a society increasingly driven towards division, the UCU pensions dispute highlights the challenges facing worker solidarity

    UCU members vote to accept deal

    The vote means that long-running strikes by university staff will be suspended

    Oxford strike dates cancelled as crucial ballot draws to a close

    Union members are currently voting on whether to accept the proposed deal, which if accepted could lead to an end to longstanding industrial action

    New strike dates announced as UCU members consider deal

    Union members will vote next week on whether to accept the proposal from Universities UK

    University ‘confident’ exams will be unaffected as external examiner resignations mount

    Of the 20 external examiners who have resigned from their post with Oxford, six have been from the Faculty of English Language and Literature

    Vice chancellor calls for calm as new pensions deal proposed

    Under the proposed agreement, the current defined benefit pension scheme will remain until at least April 2019

    Six colleges pushed for controversial pension reform

    Leaked documents suggest that several colleges shared the University’s position on risk in the scheme