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Citizen Aid App

18th January 2017

Please find here information on the Citizen Aid app, created to improve public resilience in responding to a shooting, stabbing or bomb explosion Learn more

Home Affairs Committee Consultation on Immigration

10th January 2017

The Home Affairs Committee has launched a consultation into immigration and seeks responses from AASAP members. Learn more

Clarification of Changes to the Immigration Rules affecting the exemption from the SELT requirement, November 2016

15th December 2016

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In Sadness and Sympathy

8th December 2016

It is with great sadness that staff at NYU London wish to inform colleagues of the sudden death of their esteemed director, Professor Gary Slapper. Learn more

Survey and Proposed Meeting on Information Resources and Copyright Law

23rd November 2016

Please find here a brief survey about library and information resources to help guide our future meeting topics. Learn more

In Sympathy

19th August 2016

The Board of Directors of AASAP/UK express profound sadness at the tragic death of Darlene Horton, wife of Prof. Richard Wagner of Florida State University. Learn more

Guidance for US Absentee Voting

1st August 2016

Relevant resources offering guidance on how to arrange for absentee voting in the November 2016 US elections. Learn more

FAO of all AASAP members subject to QAA RSEO (Recognition Scheme for Educational Oversight)

29th July 2016

A revised RSEO Handbook has now been published. Learn more

QAA The Alternative Providers Liaison Forum July 2016 Update

21st July 2016

Minutes from the Alternative Providers Liaison Forum June 2016 meeting, containing important updates on issues relating to QAA and the study abroad sector's oversight. Learn more

Tier 4 student Secure English Language Test: Changes to the Immigration Rules

31st March 2016

From 6 April a new concession has been made regarding the Secure English Language Test (SELT) for Tier 4 (General) students. Learn more