There have been plenty of changes at UK universities over the last few years - we've taken a look at some that might affect your students.
The UK higher education landscape is constantly changing, making it more than a little daunting for students and schools to keep up to date with the many options available. Staying informed would mean reading more information and analysing more new data than any one person could possibly manage. So we've pulled together some of the most recent trends that show changes at UK universities - such as which courses are changing and which are staying the same, and changes in grade requirements.
For universities, keeping up with subject trends and peer institutions is always challenging. Often, in order to meet demand, new courses are developed and old ones taken off syllabi. Since August 2015, over 5,400 courses have been added into British universities. These new courses now make up 16.7% of the total courses available to applicants - and at the same time, just under 5,200 courses were removed.