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Good Practice Briefing 09 - Universities describe their "amazing" rapid transition to online delivery

Good Practice Briefing 09 - Universities describe their amazing rapid transition to online delivery

Briefing Report 452 - OIA Annual Report 2019

Briefing Report 452 - OIA Annual Report 2019

Briefing Report 451 UCU - Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on university finances

Briefing Report 451 UCU - Impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on university finances

Briefing Report 450 Advance HE - Understanding Governance Performance and Future Challenges

Briefing Report 450 Advance HE - Understanding Governance Performance and Future Challenges

Briefing Report 449 HM Treasury - Budget March 2020

Briefing Report 449 HM Treasury - Budget March 2020

HE Insight Paper 36 - UK HE keeps calm and carries on as coronavirus spreads

HE Insight Paper 36 - UK HE keeps calm and carries on as coronavirus spreads

Briefing Report 448 HEPI - Getting on - graduate employment and its influence on UK higher education

Briefing Report 448 HEPI - Getting on - graduate employment and its influence on UK higher education

Briefing Report 447 - HEPI - Making Universities Matter - How higher education can help to heal a divided Britain

Briefing Report 447 - HEPI - Making Universities Matter - How higher education can help to heal a divided Britain

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The coronavirus outbreak will lead to temporary budget deterioration and operating deficits for some UK universities next year, but the sector's finances are likely to bounce back in two to three years, according to a new report from the ratings agency Moody's.
As HEi-know publishes a Good Practice Briefing on the transition to online delivery of HE, James Clay, head of higher education and student experience at Jisc, who provides an overview in the Briefing, offers some tips on overcoming the challenges of making the shift to online teaching.
Another week of pandemic-dominated HE news has highlighted the dilemmas facing universities and students over what to expect in the coming academic year says, Mike Ratcliffe, academic registrar at Nottingham Trent University.
Introducing a new report on Postgraduate Education in the UK, published today by the Higher Education Policy Institute, the report’s author Dr Ginevra House, freelance researcher for Ebor Editing and Research, weighs up the prospects for postgraduate programmes and students in the wake of the pandemic.
Reviewing a week of higher education news, Jon Scott, HE consultant and former Pro Vice-Chancellor (student experience) at the University of Leicester, suggests that genuine collaboration may be the only way out of the current crisis for universities.
The class of 2020 will be less prepared for work and face fewer career opportunities because of the pandemic, according to new research.
As UK higher education leaders contemplate the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the sector, Mike Boxall, an independent consultant on HE policy and strategies and an adviser to PA Consulting, poses four key questions that they should consider.
As institutions consider the short and long-term impacts of Covid-19, Dr Paul Feldman, chief executive of Jisc, reflects on this week’s news and highlights the need to support disadvantaged learners as education moves online.
A survey of students and graduates by careers website Milkround and research company Dig-In has found many fear their career prospects will suffer as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic. Georgina Brazier, Jobs Expert at Milkround, outlines the findings.
A review by the UK’s Quality Assurance Agency for Higher Education (QAA), working with the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA), has found that UK degrees offered in Malaysia are generally both relevant to the local market and employment needs, and meet the expectations of the UK Quality Code for Higher Education.