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"WORLD'S LARGEST" HE RESEARCH CENTRE LAUNCHES
"WORLD'S LARGEST" HE RESEARCH CENTRE LAUNCHES
FAIR ACCESS: WHAT ARE UNIVERSITIES BEING ASKED TO DO?
FAIR ACCESS: WHAT ARE UNIVERSITIES BEING ASKED TO DO?
CAREER GOALS KEEP SCHOOL LEAVERS SIGHTS SET ON UNIVERSITY
CAREER GOALS KEEP SCHOOL LEAVERS SIGHTS SET ON UNIVERSITY
UK ERASMUS STUDENT EXCHANGE GAP NARROWS
UK ERASMUS STUDENT EXCHANGE GAP NARROWS
DATA SHOWS FALL IN PART-TIME AND OVERSEAS STUDENT NUMBERS
DATA SHOWS FALL IN PART-TIME AND OVERSEAS STUDENT NUMBERS
UCAS CHIEF URGES ACTION AS STUDENT GENDER GAP WIDENS
UCAS CHIEF URGES ACTION AS STUDENT GENDER GAP WIDENS
GENDER GAP WIDENS IN UNIVERSITY ENTRY
GENDER GAP WIDENS IN UNIVERSITY ENTRY
UK TOP FOR OVERSEAS STUDENT SATISFACTION
UK TOP FOR OVERSEAS STUDENT SATISFACTION
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"World's largest" HE research centre launches £6m study programme

A new Centre for Global Higher Education , billed as the largest research centre in the world focused on HE and its future development, has been launched in London backed by £6 million funding for an ambitious five-year programme of studies.

HEi-think: Social mobility, fairness and academic judgment: What are universities, being asked to do?

Following a call from Prime Minister David Cameron for Oxford and other elite universities to publish data on their intakes of Black and Minority Ethnic students as part of a nationwide anti-discrimination drive, University of Sheffield Vice-Chancellor Professor Sir Keith Burnett examines the nature of the HE selection process and outlines what his own university is already doing to ensure it is fair.

HEi-think: OECD call to redirect students with basic skills needs is misleading

Alan Palmer, Head of Policy and Research at the university think tank Million+, responds to an OECD report that says UK universities are failing to help students with weak literacy and numeracy skills, and funding should be redirected from HE into basic skills training to address the problem.

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