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Briefing Report 367 HEA - Evidencing teaching excellence - Analysis of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF2) provider submissions

Briefing Report 367 HEA - Evidencing teaching excellence - Analysis of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF2) provider submissions

Briefing Report 366 Universities Scotland - Working to Widen Access

Briefing Report 366 Universities Scotland - Working to Widen Access

HE Insight Paper 27 - The implications of organisational change for UK HE

HE Insight Paper 27 - The implications of organisational change for UK HE

Good Practice Briefing 06 - Responding to the student mental health crisis

Good Practice Briefing 06 - Responding to the student mental health crisis

Briefing Report 365 HEFCE - Financial health of the higher education sector - 2016-17 to 2019-20 forecasts

Briefing Report 365 HEFCE - Financial health of the higher education sector - 2016-17 to 2019-20 forecasts

Briefing Report 364 Sutton Trust - Admissions in Context - the use of contextual information by leading universities

Briefing Report 364 Sutton Trust - Admissions in Context - the use of contextual information by leading universities

Briefing Report 363 DFE - Government consultation on the role of the OfS and regulation of HEIs

Briefing Report 363 DFE - Government consultation on the role of the OfS and regulation of HEIs

Briefing Report 362 OFFA - Understanding a whole institution approach to widening participation - Final report

Briefing Report 362 OFFA - Understanding a whole institution approach to widening participation - Final report

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As People & Planet publishes its latest green university rankings , Grant Anderson, Environmental Manager at Nottingham Trent University, sets out reasons why achieving sustainability goals makes sense for universities at every level.
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Universities UK has announced that Professor Janet Beer, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Liverpool, will be  its next president.
Nottingham Trent University tops the latest green university league table from the student campaign network People & Planet, which continues to be dominated by new universities.
As International Students Day and the British Council's International Education Week turn the spotlight on overseas students, Vivienne Stern, Director of Universities UK International, considers what more UK universities could be doing to better support them.
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The government has outlined how it intends the new Office for Students and UK Research and Innovation body working together amid concerns over their creation leading to a disconnect between teaching and research.
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A new Office for Students would have the right to ask universities for numbers and details of the offers they have made to students, broken down by ethnic and social background as well as gender, under  amendments put forward by the government to its Higher Education and Research Bill.
Engineering degree apprenticeships in Sheffield
As the Higher Education Funding Council for England announces that thousands of new degree apprenticeships are to be created through a new £4.5 million development fund, HEi-know examines the rise of the degree apprenticeship and its significance for higher education and students.
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Engineering departments in non-Russell Group universities in the UK are reporting widespread falls in the number of overseas students following the UK's EU referendum vote, according to a survey by the Engineering Professors’ Council.
Inventor James Dyson plans new Institute of Technology
As inventor James Dyson unveils plans to open a new Institute of Technology next year, Higher Education Policy Institute director Nick Hillman responds to claims from universities minister Jo Johnson that the new institution represents a wake-up call for the HE sector.
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Ten universities are to take part in the first pilot of a project design to measure how well student learn and what support their institutions provide.
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The UK’s Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research and Innovation, Jo Johnson MP, and Colombia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, María ángela Holguín, have signed a Mutual Recognition of Degrees Agreement on behalf of their governments.
Business leaders are calling for British universities and the government to step up their links with China.
Universities and colleges across England have been awarded a total of £4.5 million to develop thousands of new degree apprenticeships for students starting in September 2017.
Sheffield Hallam University has appointed the former head of the Civil Service, Lord Kerslake, as its new Chair of the Board of Governors.
The University of Derby has formally opened a new campus created by the conversion of the former St Helena Girls Grammar School, a listed building in Chesterfield.
The University of Hull has chosen University Partnerships Programme Ltd as the preferred bidder for its £130 million investment in new student accommodation.
Worcester University has paid tribute to health professionals who mentor its students at its annual Mentor Awards ceremony.
Students from Nottingham Trent University have taken their “Thinkubator Challenge” to Westminster to try to solve societal problems put to them by politicians.