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"OPEN BORDER" UNIVERSITIES PERFORM BEST IN NEW RANKING
"OPEN BORDER" UNIVERSITIES PERFORM BEST IN NEW RANKING
AUGAR PLANS MUST NOT BACK FE AT THE EXPENSE OF HE
AUGAR PLANS MUST NOT BACK FE AT THE EXPENSE OF HE
THREE HE LEADERS' FIRST THOUGHTS ON AUGAR
THREE HE LEADERS' FIRST THOUGHTS ON AUGAR
SCOTTISH UNIVERSITIES MAKING PROGRESS ON ACCESS
SCOTTISH UNIVERSITIES MAKING PROGRESS ON ACCESS
AUGAR AND BEYOND -- TECHNOLOGY CAN HELP HE TACKLE BIG CHALLENGES
AUGAR AND BEYOND -- TECHNOLOGY CAN HELP HE TACKLE BIG CHALLENGES
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL HE EVENT CONSIDERS DIGITAL REVOLUTION IMPACT
MAJOR INTERNATIONAL HE EVENT CONSIDERS DIGITAL REVOLUTION IMPACT
GROWING DIVISIONS AND INEQUALITIES IN HE
GROWING DIVISIONS AND INEQUALITIES IN HE
WHAT COUNTS AS EXCELLENT IN HE IS STARTING TO CHANGE
WHAT COUNTS AS EXCELLENT IN HE IS STARTING TO CHANGE
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The TEF may not be perfect -- but it's still worth going for gold

As the latest Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF) results are published, Sue Reece, Pro Vice-Chancellor (Student Experience) at Staffordshire University, says the efforts her institution made to move up from a Silver to a Gold award were worth it, despite flaws in the TEF methodology.

Study finds progress on tackling hate crime and sexual harassment on campus

Universities awarded funding as part of a large-scale programme to tackle hate crime and sexual harassment on campus have made good progress, an evaluation of the scheme has concluded.

Hinds urges OfS to take “ambitious” measures to protect HE standards

Education Secretary Damian Hinds has urged the Office for Students to adopt “ambitious” new measures “in order to tackle risks to the world class quality of higher education” in the UK.