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

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

Briefing Report 379 Centre for Global Higher Education - Higher Education and Brexit - current European perspectives

Briefing Report 379 Centre for Global Higher Education - Higher Education and Brexit - current European perspectives

Briefing Report 378 House of Commons Treasury Committee - Student Loans - Seventh Report of the Session 2017-19

Briefing Report 378 House of Commons Treasury Committee - Student Loans - Seventh Report of the Session 2017-19

Briefing Report 377 UUKi - The Scale of UK Higher Education Transnational Education 2015-16

Briefing Report 377 UUKi - The Scale of UK Higher Education Transnational Education 2015-16

Briefing Report 376 UCAS - UK application rates by the January 15 deadline

Briefing Report 376 UCAS - UK application rates by the January 15 deadline

Briefing Report 375 British Council - International student mobility to 2027 - Local investment, global outcomes

Briefing Report 375 British Council - International student mobility to 2027 - Local investment, global outcomes

Briefing Report 374 - HEPI and Kaplan - Pathways - The costs and benefits of international students by parliamentary constituency

Briefing Report 374 - HEPI and Kaplan - Pathways - The costs and benefits of international students by parliamentary constituency

HE Insight Paper 29 Value for money in higher education

HE Insight Paper 29 Value for money in higher education

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A Liberal Democrat peer is calling for a campaign to boost the number of female professors and vice chancellors in the UK’s universities.
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The Royal Society and British Academy have launched a joint project to examine how best to harness new and up-to-date research methodologies, using the latest technologies, big data and interdisciplinary approaches, to improve educational outcomes for young people in the UK and internationally. Professor John Leach, Pro Vice-Chancellor at Sheffield Hallam University, who is a member of the working group for the project, explains why it is needed.
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The Higher Education Funding Council for England has appointed members to the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) panel, including academics, students, employers and widening participation experts.
Professor Chris Husbands
As the Higher Education and Research Bill resumes its passage through parliament, Professor Chris Husbands, Vice-Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University and Chair of the Teaching Excellence Framework panel, outlines the thinking behind designing the TEF and the challenges and opportunities this presents.
Worcester Vice-Chancellor Professor David Green
The University of Worcester has been shortlisted for the Times Higher Education’s University of the Year award.
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A study of student well-being has found that social and emotional factors play a strong role in the overall student experience and satisfaction levels.
The University of Derby is the first UK university to be awarded the OpenupEd Quality label by review for their Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs).
A new partnership between the University of Warwick and i-graduate is set to enable higher education institutions to meet the needs of global employers, thanks to a new diagnostic tool for enhancing student integration.
The University of Worcester has become one of a handful of education organisations to gain Centre of Excellence status from the Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs.
The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) has cemented a partnership with an education provider in Malaysia – one of the key host countries for transnational education from the UK.
Sheffield Hallam University has appointed Professor Christina Hughes as Pro Vice Chancellor for Student Experience. She is currently Pro Vice Chancellor (Teaching and Learning) at the University of Warwick.
Investment banks are failing to hire talented youngsters from less advantaged backgrounds because they recruit from a small pool of elite universities and hire those who ‘fit in’ with the culture, according to a new report by the Social Mobility Commission .