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UK HE MUST PUT ITS HOUSE IN ORDER
UK HE MUST PUT ITS HOUSE IN ORDER
UNIVERSITY FINANCES TRUMP BREXIT IN HE NEWS
UNIVERSITY FINANCES TRUMP BREXIT IN HE NEWS
SOCIAL MOBILITY ADVANCES OFFER HOPE IN CHALLENGING TIMES
SOCIAL MOBILITY ADVANCES OFFER HOPE IN CHALLENGING TIMES
UNIVERSITIES DISCOVER HUMAN BENEFITS OF TECHNOLOGY
UNIVERSITIES DISCOVER HUMAN BENEFITS OF TECHNOLOGY
HE DATA ADVANCES SHOULD NOT BE ON "PAUSE"
HE DATA ADVANCES SHOULD NOT BE ON "PAUSE"
OLD DEBATES OVER THE PURPOSE OF HE RUMBLE ON
OLD DEBATES OVER THE PURPOSE OF HE RUMBLE ON
CALLS FOR "MISLEADING" TEF TO BE SCRAPPED
CALLS FOR "MISLEADING" TEF TO BE SCRAPPED
CITIES THAT ARE BEST VALUE FOR GRADUATES REVEALED
CITIES THAT ARE BEST VALUE FOR GRADUATES REVEALED
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Conceptions of what is excellent in higher education are starting to change

Professor Edward Peck, Vice-Chancellor of Nottingham Trent University, outlines strategies adopted by NTU that are boosting social mobility and which helped it win the inaugural Guardian University of the Year award, a gong he believes shows how notions of excellence in HE are changing.

A house divided? Growing divisions and inequalities in HE

Mike Boxall, who has thirty years' experience as a consultant and commentator on strategic developments in higher and further education, finds evidence in recent news of growing and worrying divisions within UK higher education.

UK HE must put its house in order to maintain global excellence

News on higher education over the past week highlights an urgent need for the sector to get to grips with ethical issues that have a bearing on the way it is managed and governed, argues Sandra Booth, Director of Policy and External Relations at Council for Higher Education in Art and Design (CHEAD).