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Briefing Report 461 DFE - Interim Conclusion of the Review of Post-18 Education and Funding

Briefing Report 461 DFE - Interim Conclusion of the Review of Post-18 Education and Funding

Briefing Report 460 FE White Paper - Skills for Jobs - Lifelong Learning for Opportunity and Growth

Briefing Report 460 FE White Paper - Skills for Jobs - Lifelong Learning for Opportunity and Growth

Briefing Report 459 HEPI - A short guide to non-continuation in UK universities

Briefing Report 459 HEPI - A short guide to non-continuation in UK universities

Briefing Report 458 HM Treasury - Spending Review

Briefing Report 458 HM Treasury - Spending Review

HE Insight paper 38 - Governing in HE during a pandemic

HE Insight paper 38 - Governing in HE during a pandemic

Briefing Report 457 UUK - Managing risks in internationalisation - Security related issues

Briefing Report 457 UUK - Managing risks in internationalisation - Security related issues

Briefing Report 456 Advance HE - Diversity of governors in higher education

Briefing Report 456 Advance HE - Diversity of governors in higher education

HE Insight Paper 37 - HE sector responds to Government Covid guidance

HE Insight Paper 37 - HE sector responds to Government Covid guidance

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