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Briefing Report 387 UUK - Changing the Culture - One Year On

Briefing Report 387 UUK - Changing the Culture - One Year On

Briefing Report 386 Joint Committee on Human Rights - Freedom of Speech in Universities - Fourth Report of Session 2017-19

Briefing Report 386 Joint Committee on Human Rights - Freedom of Speech in Universities - Fourth Report of Session 2017-19

Briefing Report 385 DFE Influence of finance on higher education decision-making

Briefing Report 385 DFE Influence of finance on higher education decision-making

Briefing Report 384 HEPI Demand for Higher Education to 2030

Briefing Report 384 HEPI Demand for Higher Education to 2030

Briefing Report 383 Sutton Trust - The Lost Part-timers - The decline of part-time undergraduate higher education in England

Briefing Report 383 Sutton Trust - The Lost Part-timers - The decline of part-time undergraduate higher education in England

Briefing Report 382 Office for Students - Securing Student Success - Regulatory Framework for Higher Education in England

Briefing Report 382 Office for Students - Securing Student Success - Regulatory Framework for Higher Education in England

Briefing Report 381 Sutton Trust - Home and Away - Social, ethnic and spatial inequalities in student mobility

Briefing Report 381 Sutton Trust - Home and Away - Social, ethnic and spatial inequalities in student mobility

Briefing Report 380 HEPI - Differential Tuition Fees - Horses for Courses

Briefing Report 380 HEPI - Differential Tuition Fees - Horses for Courses

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Sending personalised letters from student role models to teenagers from poor backgrounds increases the likelihood of them applying to selective universities, a government trial has shown.
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Applications to higher education teacher training in England and Wales have fallen by nearly 10,000 in a year while the number accepted onto courses dropped by 12 per cent, new figures show.
There has been an increase in the proportion of academics on permanent contracts over the past decade, university employers say. But the figures have been disputed by the University and College Union, which has described them as “deeply misleading”.
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As the deadline passes for responses to the consultation on the next Research Excellence Framework, Kim Hackett, REF manager at the Higher Education Funding Council for England, outlines some of the key issues that have emerged so far.
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As both the Budget and the recent grant letter to HEFCE reiterates the government’s call for universities to work more closely with, and potentially sponsor, schools (see HEi-know Briefing Report 336 ), HEi-know finds examples of close collaboration already taking place.
A £392 million government investment in the Midlands from the local growth fund to create a "Midlands Engine" has helped the University of Leicester and partners launch plans to develop a National Space Park.
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As the Higher Education Statistics Agency launches a consultation on plans to reform the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education survey, Dan Cook, HESA's head of data policy and development, outlines the proposals and the reasons for the review.
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Pam Tatlow, chief executive of MillionPlus, outlines the arguments in a new report calling for local authorities and agencies to work with modern universities to help unify efforts behind the government’s devolution agenda and industrial strategy.
The Midlands Innovation group of universities, including Leicester University, and Queen Mary University of London have been awarded £3.2million from the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to establish HPC Midlands Plus – a centre of excellence in high performance computing (HPC).
Lancaster engineers are part of a team which will map some of the world’s most radioactive sites using sensing technology mounted on an advanced robotic vehicle.
The University of Sheffield’s Sheffield Water Centre, has been awarded £3.7 million to develop new scientific ways to manage distributed water infrastructure.
The CanTest project, which involves researchers at the University of Exeter, Cambridge, UCL and Leeds, and a number of international institutions, has been awarded £5 million as part of Cancer Research UK’s Catalyst Award. The project will investigate ways of bringing new and improved cancer diagnostic tests to GP surgeries.
A £130 million investment in student residences at Hull University will help meet the growing demand for high-quality accommodation.