UK Digest

UK Digest is read by people with a professional interest in learning and skills, working in business, education, training, recruitment, local and national government and the voluntary sector.


UK Digest keeps busy people up-to-date and well briefed on the issues that matter, by presenting:

  • short but comprehensive bullet-point summaries of new developments;
  • the key facts, reported accurately and without political or sectoral bias;
  • information on a range of topics that will take readers beyond their usual area of operation, helping them to make connections and see the broader context.

Topics include

  • schools, further education and higher education
  • qualifications and the curriculum
  • apprenticeships and skills
  • recruitment and talent management
  • employment and the economy
  • enterprise and innovation
  • and more...

Subscriptions


UK Digest is published at the beginning of each month covering developments in the previous month. Double issues are published in August/September and December/January.

Subscribers receive copies in pdf format, direct via email. Subscribing organisations are free to circulate to all staff and/or put on their intranet.
Subscription rates vary by size of organisation.

Subscription type 12 months
10 issues
6 months
5 issues
MEDIUM/LARGE BUSINESS
50+ employees
£750 +VAT £425 +VAT
SMALL BUSINESS
< 50 employees
£495 +VAT £275 +VAT
NOT-FOR-PROFIT £495 +VAT £275 +VAT
SOLE TRADER £175 +VAT £95 +VAT
CONCESSIONS £95 +VAT £55 +VAT

Interested in learning and skills in Scotland?


Our sister publication, Informed Scotland, is also available on subscription, published by AJ Enterprises. More information is available here:

 


"I see quite a few different news summaries, but this is the one I read because it's impartial, thorough, concise, and offers interesting insights."

Ian Duffy
Community Development Manager,
BP plc
 

"The information is up-to-date, accurate, pithy. Most months I am alerted to something I missed but needed to know."

Mary Curnock Cook
Chief Executive, UCAS