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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

Briefing Report 413 Advance HE - 2018 UK Engagement Survey

Briefing Report 413 Advance HE - 2018 UK Engagement Survey

Briefing Report 412 HEPI Where do student fees really go - Following the pound

Briefing Report 412 HEPI Where do student fees really go - Following the pound

Briefing Report 411 Public Accounts Committee - Sale of student loans

Briefing Report 411 Public Accounts Committee - Sale of student loans

Briefing Report 410 HEPI - How Much is Too Much Cross Subsidies from Teaching to Research in British Universities

Briefing Report 410 HEPI - How Much is Too Much Cross Subsidies from Teaching to Research in British Universities

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The government has rejected MPs demands that it publish a “contingency plan for higher education” to prepare for a “no deal” situation in the Brexit negotiations.
UK university leaders have expressed alarm over new government figures that show participation by British universities in the European Union's €80 billion (£71 billion) Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme has fallen.
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David Woolley, Head of Schools Colleges and Community Outreach at Nottingham Trent University, outlines growing evidence that outreach work that can develop students’ character and social capital is highly effective and therefore worthy of investment.
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Professor Nick Talbot, Deputy Vice-Chancellor for Research and Impact at the University of Exeter, examines the new rules for the 2021 Research Excellence Framework and finds that, save for one or two concerns, they represent a sensible approach.
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The latest proposals for making the student funding system fairer, in a new report from the Sutton Trust, show how contradictory policies can arise out of social mobility objectives, warns Nick Hillman, Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute.
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Tuition fee “top-ups” paid to universities by the government and vouchers for students to help cover the cost of fees should be introduced to help reverse the crisis in part-time study, according to a new report.
Universities which use terms like “number 1” or “leading” in advertisements need to include evidence to substantiate the claims, according to new advice.
Ross Renton, Pro Vice Chancellor Students, and Sophie Williams, Students' Union Chief Executive, both at the University of Worcester, consider the implications of the findings of a new survey on students' views on the Teaching Excellence Framework.
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As UK higher education faces a period of exceptional change, the prospect of more mergers and acquisitions may arise. Ewan Ferlie and Susan Trenholm from King’s Business School have examined the implications and identified issues the sector may need to consider, following a research report for the Leadership Foundation for Higher Education .
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Vivienne Stern, Director of Universities UK International, explains why her organisation has launched a campaign to double the percentage of UK students who are studying or working abroad.