A number of research institutions have recently seen their academic faculties expand as young people from outside of academia begin enrolling.
However, the growth in first-generation scholars has been largely driven by the universities themselves.
For example, at Oxford and Cambridge, first-year scholars have surpassed their predecessors in recent years.
The number of first-graders enrolled in the Universities Research Council has risen by over 500 per cent since 2012.
In the UK, the number of universities with first-gen scholars increased by 8.5 per cent between 2012 and 2017.
Meanwhile, the UK National Institute for Educational Research (NICE) is planning to open the first ever UK-based First Generation Scholar Program next year.
NICE has announced that the program will allow universities to increase their number of First Generation Scholars by up to 15 per cent by 2019.
It will be funded by a £1m grant from NICE.
According to the NICE, the program is expected to increase the number to around 50 students a year.
However this is still far short of the expected growth of more than 200,000 people over the next 20 years.
In fact, there are still some universities which do not have a first-time first- generation Scholar Program.
In 2016, the University of Warwick was the only one of the 20 UK universities to not have one.
However NICE says that it is a significant step forward for higher education in the UK.
Professor David Coyle, head of the NIF’s Institute of Social and Economic Research, said that the University had done a great job of attracting first-generational scholars.
Universities UK said that it was committed to increasing the number and quality of its first-graders. “
The program is designed to provide more opportunities for students to gain further exposure to the humanities and social sciences.”
Universities UK said that it was committed to increasing the number and quality of its first-graders.
In a statement, the universities said that they would work with First Generation scholars to ensure that they could have a positive impact on society.
The Universities Research council, which runs the program, said it hoped to open its first cohort of students in 2021.
NIF has been set up to support students who are first-timers and those wanting to study abroad.
Professor Coyle said that a lot of the research being done in this area was in a challenging area.
He explained that while the university was not doing anything particularly revolutionary in terms of the number or quality of the students who go to university, it was focusing on ways in which we can support them.
For the next five years, NIF will provide grants to universities and colleges for first-class accommodation and grants for students.
The NIF Foundation said that, while there was still a lot to be done in the field, it hoped the first-stage programme would help to bring about significant change.
It added that the programme had been designed to support the development of the next generation of first graders.
It said: Universities UK is excited to be involved in a unique initiative to support our new First Generation Fellow.
The university’s first-of-its-kind First Generation Fellowship will allow us to continue supporting the next generations of first generation scholars and to build upon the positive outcomes we are seeing for students across the UK in the first year of study.
Professor Stephen Jorgensen, director of research and engagement at the Nif Foundation, said: We are really excited about what we are doing to support first- and second-generation students in the United Kingdom.
“In recent years, First Generation Fellows have been a big success for the UK universities, with some of the biggest increases in student numbers in the past five years.
We want to continue that momentum as we look to build on the gains we have seen from this year’s funding and to support and encourage further growth in the future.”
Universities England said that its First Generation Fund would help support up to 1,000 students from outside the UK who were not already studying in the country.
Universities UK and the NFS said that students from overseas could be eligible for financial support from the Nfs First Generation Scholarship.
The First Generation scholarship is based on the number that a student from the UK’s overseas regions of Asia, Europe and Africa contributes to a university’s budget.
First-year scholarship students will receive up to £20,000.
In 2020, there will be an additional £4m to be spent on support for the first generation.
The first-tier First Generation funding will be awarded to the universities with the highest number of students.
Universities are able to apply for grants based on their local community’s capacity to support their students and the number they need to meet their academic requirements.
The aim is to provide a sustainable investment for the universities, enabling them to invest in the long-term well-being of their students.