The science base is as strong as the people in it. Through our work we aim to ensure the UK is able to attract, train and retain people, from all backgrounds, into its research companies, charities, universities and schools. To do this our work focuses on areas of policy and funding that impact on the skills base for science and engineering in the UK, from primary education through to further & higher education, diversity and immigration.
08 February 2019
James Tooze reflects on a big few months for UK immigration policy
19 December 2018
As CaSE has argued, the UK's migration environment is a vital part of the UK's competitiveness in science and engineering
05 December 2018
Deputy Director Naomi Weir on CaSE's new immigration policy briefing and the need to develop a migration system that works for science and engineering.
03 December 2018
To support the development of a new immigration system, CaSE has published a briefing that summarises the current non-EEA immigration system, reviews the Migration Advisory Committee’s recommendations, sets out where the pressure points are for science and engineering and presents our proposals for a new system.