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TEF METRICS AND RANKINGS "UNSUSTAINABLE" UNIVERSITIES WARN
TEF METRICS AND RANKINGS "UNSUSTAINABLE" UNIVERSITIES WARN
GOVERNMENT TABLES NEW AMENDMENTS TO HE BILL
GOVERNMENT TABLES NEW AMENDMENTS TO HE BILL
ONLINE STUDENT EXPERIENCE PAYS DIVIDENDS AT DERBY
ONLINE STUDENT EXPERIENCE PAYS DIVIDENDS AT DERBY
UK LESS ATTRACTIVE TO YOUNG EUROPEANS POST-BREXIT, SURVEY FINDS
UK LESS ATTRACTIVE TO YOUNG EUROPEANS POST-BREXIT, SURVEY FINDS
IGNORE GLOBAL RANKINGS WITH "MAJOR FLAWS" SAYS HEPI REPORT
IGNORE GLOBAL RANKINGS WITH "MAJOR FLAWS" SAYS HEPI REPORT
UNIVERSITIES STILL RUN BY WHITE MEN, NEW FIGURES SHOW
UNIVERSITIES STILL RUN BY WHITE MEN, NEW FIGURES SHOW
HOW WILL REF 2021 SHAPE UP?
HOW WILL REF 2021 SHAPE UP?
UK CAN IMPROVE SUPPORT FOR OVERSEAS STUDENTS
UK CAN IMPROVE SUPPORT FOR OVERSEAS STUDENTS
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TEF metrics and rankings are "unsustainable" universities warn

Higher education leaders have warned that “fundamental flaws” in the proposed metrics and ranking system for the forthcoming Teaching Excellence Framework could make the TEF “unsustainable”.

Concerns raised over plans to scrap funding for high cost postgraduate courses

Universities have objected to plans to scrap the taught postgraduate supplement for clinical, high and intermediate-cost subjects.

Government tables new amendments to HE Bill in the face of peers' criticisms

Universities minister Jo Johnson has announced amendments  to the Higher Education and Research Bill tabled as the government prepares to steer it through a crucial stage in Parliament.

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