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Briefing Report 410 HEPI - How Much is Too Much Cross Subsidies from Teaching to Research in British Universities

Briefing Report 410 HEPI - How Much is Too Much Cross Subsidies from Teaching to Research in British Universities

Briefing Report 409 BIS -- Higher Education White Paper - Students at the Heart of the System

Briefing Report 409 BIS -- Higher Education White Paper - Students at the Heart of the System

Briefing Report 408 DFE-IFS - The relative labour market returns to different degrees

Briefing Report 408 DFE-IFS - The relative labour market returns to different degrees

Briefing Report 407 NAO - The higher education market

Briefing Report 407 NAO - The higher education market

Briefing Report 406 BIS The Browne Report - Securing a Sustainable Future for Higher Education (re-mastered Briefing Report)

Briefing Report 406 BIS The Browne Report - Securing a Sustainable Future for Higher Education (re-mastered Briefing Report)

Briefing Report 405 House of Commons Education Committee - Value for money in higher education

Briefing Report 405 House of Commons Education Committee - Value for money in higher education

Briefing Report 404 HM Treasury - Budget 2018

Briefing Report 404 HM Treasury - Budget 2018

Briefing Report 403 UPP Foundation - Civic University Commission Progress Report

Briefing Report 403 UPP Foundation - Civic University Commission Progress Report

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Professor Philip Plowden, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of Derby, considers the benefits and challenges of government plans for two-year degrees with fees of up to £13,500 a year.
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The Higher Education Academy has announced the official launch of the Global Teaching Excellence Award – believed to be the first global accolade to recognise universities demonstrating world-class commitment to teaching and learning excellence.
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HEi-know looks at how higher education leaders think Sir Mark Walport and Sir Michael Barber may respond to the challenges they face as heads of two new key HE bodies – UK Research and Innovation and the Office for Students.
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As the Higher Education and Research Bill completes its committee stage in the House of Lords and approaches report stage, HEi-know looks at amendments tabled and issues raised so far, and hurdles still to be cleared.
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Applications for full-time undergraduate places at UK universities have dropped by 5 per cent from home students and 7 per cent from EU students, new figures from UCAS show.
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As a new report from the Higher Education Policy Institute calls for HE institutions to embrace new technology, Ed Foster, Student Engagement Manager in the Centre for Academic Development & Quality at Nottingham Trent University (NTU) , and Jane McNeil, Director of Academic Development at NTU, warn that technology alone cannot improve learning.