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VCs PAID AN AVERAGE £260,000 A YEAR, SURVEY FINDS
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MILIBAND UNFOLDS LABOUR'S PLAN TO LOWER FEES
MILIBAND UNFOLDS LABOUR'S PLAN TO LOWER FEES
HEi-THINK: TACKLING RADICALISATION ON CAMPUS
HEi-THINK: TACKLING RADICALISATION ON CAMPUS
NEW COUNTER-TERRORISM GUIDANCE FOR UNIVERSITIES
NEW COUNTER-TERRORISM GUIDANCE FOR UNIVERSITIES
IT IS TIME FOR ALL PARTIES TO COME CLEAN ON FEES
IT IS TIME FOR ALL PARTIES TO COME CLEAN ON FEES
MPs CONDEMN WASTE OF PUBLIC MONEY IN PRIVATE COLLEGE BOOM
MPs CONDEMN WASTE OF PUBLIC MONEY IN PRIVATE COLLEGE BOOM
LABOUR IN CONFLICT OVER IMMINENT FEES POLICY
LABOUR IN CONFLICT OVER IMMINENT FEES POLICY
UK MANIFESTO FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS LAUNCHED
UK MANIFESTO FOR INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS LAUNCHED
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Welcome to Media FHE’s new website. We are a communications, media and information agency for the higher education sector, serving universities and other HE institutions and organisations for the past 8 years.

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HEi News Roundup March 2

Higher education news from the weekend and last week

HEi-think: An evidence-based approach to combatting radicalisation on campus

As radicalisation on campus hits the headlines again with news of the identity and university education of Islamic State executioner "Jihadi John",  the Reverend Dr Paul Fitzpatrick, chaplain and Prevent co-ordinator at Cardiff Metropolitan University, outlines protocols developed by his institution to tackle radicalisation that have been approved by the Home Office and are to be rolled out to universities across the UK.

UK higher education celebrated in new international awards

The finalists for a new prestigious award celebrating outstanding achievements of the UK’s international alumni have been announced, ahead of three awards ceremonies taking place over the next month in China, India, and the USA.

New guidance to help universities comply with counter terrorism act

Protocols developed by Cardiff Metropolitan University to prevent radicalisation on campus have been approved by the Home Office and are to be rolled out to universities across the UK.

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