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Briefing Report 419 UCAS End of Cycle Report 2018 - Geography and Qualifications

Briefing Report 419 UCAS End of Cycle Report 2018 - Geography and Qualifications

Briefing Report 418 HEPI Homeward Bound - Defining, understanding and aiding ‘commuter students’

Briefing Report 418 HEPI Homeward Bound - Defining, understanding and aiding ‘commuter students’

Briefing Report 417 OfS A new approach to regulating access and participation in English higher education - Consultation outcomes

Briefing Report 417 OfS A new approach to regulating access and participation in English higher education - Consultation outcomes

HE Insight Paper 32 -- More turnover at the top in HE

HE Insight Paper 32 -- More turnover at the top in HE

HE Insight Paper 31 Augar review risks overlooking true value of art and design

HE Insight Paper 32 Augar review risks overlooking true value of art and design

Briefing Report 416 UCAS - 2018 End of Cycle Report - Pattern by applicants characteristics

Briefing Report 416 UCAS - 2018 End of Cycle Report - Pattern by applicants characteristics

Briefing Report 415 UCAS - End of Cycle Report 2018 - First three chapters

Briefing Report 415 UCAS - End of Cycle Report 2018 - First three chapters

Briefing Report 414 UKSCQA - The drivers of degree classifications - Degree Classification Transparent, consistent and fair academic standards

Briefing Report 414 UKSCQA - The drivers of degree classifications - Degree Classification Transparent, consistent and fair academic standards

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