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Briefing Report 426 HM Treasury Spring statement 2019

Briefing Report 426 HM Treasury Spring statement 2019

Good Practice Briefing 07 - The use of data to improve the student experience

Good Practice Briefing 07 - The use of data to improve the student experience

Briefing Report 425 UPP Foundation - Truly Civic - Strengthening the connection between universities and their places

Briefing Report 425 UPP Foundation - Truly Civic - Strengthening the connection between universities and their places

Briefing Report 424 UCAS - January deadline analysis report

Briefing Report 424 UCAS - January deadline analysis report

Briefing Report 423 UCAS - End of Cycle Report 2018 - Summary of Applicants and Acceptances; Offer Making; Patterns by Applicant Characteristics; Patterns by Geography, and Qualifications

Briefing Report 423 UCAS - End of Cycle Report 2018 - Summary of Applicants and Acceptances; Offer Making; Patterns by Applicant Characteristics; Patterns by Geography, and Qualifications

Briefing Report 422 UCAS - End of Cycle Report Chapter 7 – Unconditional Offers, Chapter 8 – Patterns of Equality

Briefing Report 422 UCAS - End of Cycle Report Chapter 7 – Unconditional Offers, Chapter 8 – Patterns of Equality

HE Insight Paper 33 - Universities prepare for a no deal Brexit

HE Insight Paper 33 - Universities prepare for a no deal Brexit

Briefing Report 421 OfS - Analysis of degree classifications over time - Changes in graduate attainment

Briefing Report 421 OfS - Analysis of degree classifications over time - Changes in graduate attainment

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The Office for Students has announced it is to fund an “impact and evidence” centre to help universities meet tough new targets to eliminate equality gaps in two decades.
Policy decisions now could lead to big changes in the future for higher education, suggests Stephen Isherwood, chief executive of the Institute of Student Employers.
The past week’s higher education news demonstrates that there are certain expectations of universities that policymakers, HE leaders and the Augar review are expected to address, says Johnny Rich, Chief Executive of the Engineering Professors’ Council and Chief Executive of outreach organisation Push .
Civic University Commission chair Lord Kerslake
Leaders of thirty universities have signed a Civic University Agreement, reaffirming their institution's commitment to their local communities by pledging to put the economy and quality of life in their home towns and cities at the top of their list of priorities.
From this September, students will be able to opt to study an accelerated two year degree, as opposed to a traditional three year course. Professor Malcolm Todd, Provost (Academic) at the University of Derby, discusses why universities should consider the change in legislation and look to offer accelerated degrees.
Jenny Shaw , Student Experience Director at Unite Students, draws lessons on the higher education sector's efforts to improve the student experience from a week of HE news and views.
Research England has selected 21 English universities to take part in a pilot Knowledge Exchange Framework (KEF), which will run between February and May 2019.
As concerns grow over students’ mental health, undergraduate Alice Wright highlights some of the realities of being a university ‘fresher’ and the problems that she says universities are largely ignoring - including unsafe drinking habits, loneliness and a lack of belonging.
Professor Liz Barnes, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Staffordshire, reflects on the messages arising from a week of higher education news.
Higher education leaders must be ready to think ahead and resist the temptation to respond only to short term changes in the current turbulent policy environment, says Rachel Hewitt, Director of Policy and Advocacy at the Higher Education Policy Institute.