Login

close

Login

If you are a registered HEi-know user, please log in to continue.


Unregistered Visitors

You must be a registered HEi-know user to access Briefing Reports, stories and other information and services. Please click on the link below to find out more about HEi-know.

Find out more
Briefing Report 419 UCAS End of Cycle Report 2018 - Geography and Qualifications

Briefing Report 419 UCAS End of Cycle Report 2018 - Geography and Qualifications

Briefing Report 418 HEPI Homeward Bound - Defining, understanding and aiding ‘commuter students’

Briefing Report 418 HEPI Homeward Bound - Defining, understanding and aiding ‘commuter students’

Briefing Report 417 OfS A new approach to regulating access and participation in English higher education - Consultation outcomes

Briefing Report 417 OfS A new approach to regulating access and participation in English higher education - Consultation outcomes

HE Insight Paper 32 -- More turnover at the top in HE

HE Insight Paper 32 -- More turnover at the top in HE

HE Insight Paper 31 Augar review risks overlooking true value of art and design

HE Insight Paper 32 Augar review risks overlooking true value of art and design

Briefing Report 416 UCAS - 2018 End of Cycle Report - Pattern by applicants characteristics

Briefing Report 416 UCAS - 2018 End of Cycle Report - Pattern by applicants characteristics

Briefing Report 415 UCAS - End of Cycle Report 2018 - First three chapters

Briefing Report 415 UCAS - End of Cycle Report 2018 - First three chapters

Briefing Report 414 UKSCQA - The drivers of degree classifications - Degree Classification Transparent, consistent and fair academic standards

Briefing Report 414 UKSCQA - The drivers of degree classifications - Degree Classification Transparent, consistent and fair academic standards

ARE YOU "IN THE KNOW"?

Start a free trial of our HE intelligence service HEi-know this month to qualify for 2 months extra free.

HEi News

More women are rising to top posts in UK universities, but turbulence in the sector means turnover remains high among HE leaders, a new HEi-know survey has found.
Educational "snobbery" -- would Oxbridge accept T levels?
Mike Ratcliffe, Academic Registrar at Nottingham Trent University, reviews HE sector news in a week when T levels, educational “snobbery”, Oxbridge admissions, and a new universities minister made the headlines.
Graduate earnings dominated a busy HE news week
Professor Mark Smith, Vice-Chancellor of Lancaster University, and Nicola Owen, Lancaster’s Chief Administrative Officer and Secretary, kick off a new series of HEi-know weekly higher education news reviews, highlighting and commenting on some of the most significant and interesting HE stories and opinions of the past week.
In the event of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, the Government must unilaterally secure EU citizens rights and strengthen its pledge to underwrite UK participation in EU research programmes, according to new guidance from Universities UK.
A growing number of students from disadvantaged backgrounds are gaining places at medical school with lower-than-usual entry grades through “gateway” courses, according to a new report .
Employers should pay a levy for each graduate they employ to help fund tuition fees, according to a new report.
Proposals to lower tuition fees or vary them by discipline may seem appealing to politicians, but introducing such changes will require very careful handling to avoid creating additional problems, warns Professor Jon Scott, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Student Experience at the University of Leicester.
Students are engaging more with staff and undergraduates who commute to university have high levels of involvement in campus life, a new survey has found.
A national poll of the public on their perceptions of universities has produced mixed results.
Nursing degree apprenticeships as a successful and sustainable route into the profession will forever be a mirage unless barriers to delivery are torn down, MPs have warned.
Universities UK is bringing together university leaders, mental health experts, and students and parents to consider when a nominated family member or another appropriately identified person might be contacted if a student is suffering with poor mental health or in acute distress.
Research England has launched a new, competitive, £4 million fund designed to help higher education institutions (HEIs) expand their existing research collaborations with universities and research organisations outside of the UK.