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Briefing Report 436 - UUK - Assessing the impact of the Augar Review - Estimating the impact on the Exchequer, Higher Education Institutions, students and graduates

Briefing Report 436 - UUK - Assessing the impact of the Augar Review - Estimating the impact on the Exchequer, Higher Education Institutions, students and graduates

Briefing Report 435 Advance HE-HEPI - The 2019 Student Academic Experience Survey

Briefing Report 435 Advance HE-HEPI - The 2019 Student Academic Experience Survey

Briefing Report 434 UUKi - Gone International - Rising Aspirations

Briefing Report 434 UUKi - Gone International - Rising Aspirations

Briefing Report 433 DFE - Independent panel report to the Review of Post-18 Education and Funding

Briefing Report 433 DFE - Independent panel report to the Review of Post-18 Education and Funding

Briefing Report 432 HEPI - Pressure Vessels - The epidemic of poor mental health among higher education staff

Briefing Report 432 HEPI - Pressure Vessels - The epidemic of poor mental health among higher education staff

Briefing Report 431 HEPI Measuring well-being in higher education

Briefing Report 431 HEPI Measuring well-being in higher education

HE Insight Paper 35 - Sector update on the TEF

HE Insight Paper 35 - Sector update on the TEF

Briefing Report 430 UUK-NUS Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Students at UK Universities - #closingthegap

Briefing Report 430 UUK-NUS Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Students at UK Universities - #closingthegap

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Philip Augar
As the sector begins to respond to the report from the post-18 education and funding review panel headed by Philip Augar, HEi-know asked three HE leaders for their initial impressions. Sir Peter Scott, professor of higher education studies at UCL's Institute of Education and former Vice-Chancellor of Kingston University; Dr Rhiannon Birch, head of planning and research at Sheffield University; and Professor Liz Barnes, Vice-Chancellor of Staffordshire University all offered their thoughts.
Universities in Scotland are making “good progress” towards widening access targets set by the Scottish government, according to a new report.
As university leaders anxiously await the Augar review report, Paul Feldman, Chief Executive of Jisc, reflects on this and other HE news this week and looks further ahead at how technology may help the sector address some of the key issues it faces.
Berlin Congress Centre -- venue for Going Global
A major international conference considered the digital revolution and its transformation of higher education, society, and the way technology affects the creation and use of knowledge.
The government should rule out variable fees and restricting university access for lower grade students, according to a new report.