UKCISA launches grant scheme to support UK Universities

04 July, 2015

UKCISA Launches grant Scheme for UK Universities
The UK Council for International Student Affairs has introduced a new grant proposal that supports UK universities and educational institutions to be more spirited in offering quality international student experiences.

Promulgated at the UKCISA, the grant proposal supports both research and pilot projects, which assists to enhance international students experience at colleges or universities and student unions.

The chief executive of UKCISA, Dominic Scott, said that as much of dialogue within the UK education sector is centre on visa-concerned matters, itís time to turn over the discussion.

However, most of the people get back making sure that the UK offers best international student experience, than other competitor in the world.

UKCISA members can put forward a scheme for one among the 10 pilot project issues of maximum £2,000, or one of two research issues a maximum of £5,000.

The scheme is presently set to run in 2015 and 2016, and Scott admits that when there is a lot of work to be ended, it helps to broaden the agenda.

According to the sources, it is significant to not overlook that overseas students are not just for the countryís economic benefit, there is a genuine value of international education as well as international students and the UK must keep the narrative further as well.  

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