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UNIVERSITIES MUST SPONSOR A SCHOOL, SAYS PM
UNIVERSITIES MUST SPONSOR A SCHOOL, SAYS PM
RECORD NUMBER OF UNIVERSITY PLACES AWARDED ON A LEVEL RESULTS DAY
RECORD NUMBER OF UNIVERSITY PLACES AWARDED ON A LEVEL RESULTS DAY
HIGHER EDUCATION WEIGHS UP IMPACT OF BREXIT
HIGHER EDUCATION WEIGHS UP IMPACT OF BREXIT
SUBMIT ALL RESEARCHERS TO NEXT REF, SAYS STERN
SUBMIT ALL RESEARCHERS TO NEXT REF, SAYS STERN
UNIVERSITIES UNDER FIRE FOR RAISING FEES BEFORE BILL IS PASSED
UNIVERSITIES UNDER FIRE FOR RAISING FEES BEFORE BILL IS PASSED
GOVERNMENT TO PROBE BREXIT BIAS AGAINST UK RESEARCHERS
GOVERNMENT TO PROBE BREXIT BIAS AGAINST UK RESEARCHERS
PAUSE HE BILL TO ASSESS BREXIT IMPACT, SAYS COMMITTEE CHAIR
PAUSE HE BILL TO ASSESS BREXIT IMPACT, SAYS COMMITTEE CHAIR
BREXIT VOTE SPELLS UNCERTAINTY FOR HE SECTOR
BREXIT VOTE SPELLS UNCERTAINTY FOR HE SECTOR
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Lib Dem peer calls for campaign to tackle HE leadership gender gap

A Liberal Democrat peer is calling for a campaign to boost the number of female professors and vice chancellors in the UK’s universities.

HEFCE names TEF panel members

The Higher Education Funding Council for England has appointed members to the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) panel, including academics, students, employers and widening participation experts.

HEi-think: Royal Society-British Academy project will address educational research crisis

The Royal Society and British Academy have launched a joint project to examine how best to harness new and up-to-date research methodologies, using the latest technologies, big data and interdisciplinary approaches, to improve educational outcomes for young people in the UK and internationally. Professor John Leach, Pro Vice-Chancellor at Sheffield Hallam University, who is a member of the working group for the project, explains why it is needed.

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