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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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Research published by sustainability consultancy Brite Green shows English universities have achieved their best year-on-year reduction in carbon emissions to date - but the sector is still not on track to meet targets for 2020 set by the Higher Education Funding Council for England.
HEi-know Exclusive: New guidance on vice chancellors’ pay, covering transparency, publication of pay differentials and membership of remuneration committees, is to be drawn up by the Committee of University Chairs (CUC). The move follows universities minister Jo Johnson’s call for a “remuneration code” to be developed.
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Greater emphasis on impact in the next Research Excellence Framework may worry some academics, but it provides the higher education sector with a valuable opportunity to promote itself in response to recent criticism, argues Professor Nick Talbot, Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Research and Impact at Exeter University.
The long term cost of writing off graduate debt after a general election in five years would be up to £80 billion lower than some politicians and commentators have claimed, an analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies.
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HEi-know invited three vice-chancellors to give their "take away" thoughts from last week's Universities UK annual conference, where universities minister Jo Johnson announced new measures on the Teaching Excellence Framework, degree classifications, and executive pay.
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Grade inflation is “ripping through the English higher education system” giving a dangerous impression of slipping standards and undermining its reputation, Jo Johnson, the higher education minister, has warned, giving vice chancellors a year to tackle the problem.
The House of Commons education select committee has launched an inquiry into value for money in higher education.
A new policy briefing from MillionPlus, highlights the key issues that the UK’s representatives need to negotiate to ensure that UK and EU students can continue to study in each other’s countries and that the UK’s universities can continue to trade in Europe post-Brexit.
The University of Leicester is preparing to open its first international Institute in China this month. The Institute, which will offer duel degree in STEM subjects to both Chinese and UK students, is the result of a partnership between Leicester and leading Chinese University - Dalian University of Technology.