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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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New pressures affecting the financial health of higher education institutions in England could leave the sector facing a net debt approaching £4 billion, funding chiefs have warned.
The UK government has announced that  EU  students applying for a place at an English university or further education institution in the 2017 to 2018 academic year will continue to be eligible for student loans and grants - and will be for the duration of their course.
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Universities need to develop the digital skills of all staff - not just a few specialists - to promote teaching excellence, a new report has concluded.
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The government's proposals for the outcome of Teaching Excellence Framework metrics and assessments to be represented with the award of bronze, silver and gold status are fundamentally flawed, argues Dr Mike Hamlyn, Director Academic Enhancement at Staffordshire University.