Darren Chalmers-Stevens examines global universities and the safety and security dividend
With the contribution of international students to the UK economy estimated to be worth £20bn – and with safety a priority for both parents and students – it’s little wonder that attitudes towards security departments are changing.
Universities are under growing pressure – from regulation and from global competitors – to modernise their security provision and to pay closer attention to the well-being of students. In the UK, which remains one of the top global destinations for international students, there is increased scrutiny from the Government, from the . . .