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Access to HE has a bright future after 25 years of achievement

Val Yates, Director of Access and Inclusion at the University of Worcester, raises the curtain on an annual access and continuing education event, now in its 25 th year, taking place at her institution this week.

Universities with top social media reviews do well in NSS and TEF

Universities that are rated highly on Facebook and other online review sites tend to do better in formal measures of learning and teaching, new research suggests.

HEi-think: High quality teaching does most to boost value for money perceptions

Key findings of the latest Student Academic Experience Survey from Advance HE and the Higher Education Policy Institute are outlined and examined by Jonathan Neves, Advance HE Head of Insights and author of a report on the survey results.

Rating boost for half of institutions that reapplied to TEF 2018

Half of the institutions that reapplied to the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework in 2018 saw their rating improve.

CUC publishes new code on senior university staff pay

The Committee of University Chairs has published a new voluntary code for setting the pay of senior university staff.

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