Scottish universities must adapt to the end of free tuition for EU students and the economic crisis; offering opportunities for young people to get the skills for the new post -Brexit, post-COVID world.
Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, University of Glasgow, and member of the Scottish Government’s Advisory Group on Economic Recovery This Wednesday will see the Chancellor of the Exchequer outline his economic statement. It will set out the measures which the UK Government believes are needed to drive an economic recovery from the economic…
Education will be at the forefront of the post-pandemic recovery, with universities a key engine for skills, growth and jobs, as highlighted in the Report of the Advisory Group on Economic Recovery to the Scottish Government.
Universities are open this summer as always and like other sectors, are working towards our ‘new normal’ in the aftermath of the pandemic, with many innovative approaches being pioneered by colleagues across the country.
How international collaboration between leading universities can play a key role in helping to shape a recovery that works for all.
Professor Anton Muscatelli argues that the recognition of university research in the UK budget now offers a focus, where UK research can help shape a post COVID-19 economy that delivers for all.
The contribution of universities will be crucial to post-COVID recovery but the quest for the ‘new normal’ must extend to universities too, says Anton Muscatelli, Principal of Glasgow University.
Article by Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, Principal of University of Glasgow, on the required economic measures and approaches to avoid a re-run of the austerity which followed the financial crisis of 2008.
Professor Sir Anton Muscatelli, Vice-Chancellor University of Glasgow, outlines how the world economy can best attenuate the effect coronavirus (COVID 19) will have on our economies and social fabric
An open letter from members of the Standing Council on Europe, a group of independent advisers established by the First Minister of Scotland after the EU referendum in 2016 to consider the impact of the UK’s exit from the EU on Scottish interests.