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

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

Briefing Report 455 - SAGE - Principles for Managing SARS-CoV-2 Transmission Associated with Higher Education

Briefing Report 455 - SAGE - Principles for Managing SARS-CoV-2 Transmission Associated with Higher Education

Good Practice Briefing 10 - Universities prepare for an uncertain new academic year

Good Practice Briefing 10 - Universities prepare for an uncertain new academic year

Briefing Report 454 HEPI - PhD Life - The UK student experience

Briefing Report 454 HEPI - PhD Life - The UK student experience

Briefing Report 453 HEPI-Advance HE - Student Academic Experience Survey 2020

Briefing Report 453 HEPI-Advance HE - Student Academic Experience Survey 2020

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

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UCAS has partnered with Edtech startup, Unibuddy, to digitally connect undergraduate applicants to current students at universities and colleges across the UK. Diego Fanara - CEO of Unibuddy, explains how the new platform benefits both prospective students and higher education institutions.
The Office for Students has published its value for money strategy for 2019 to 2021, setting out how it plans to ensure higher education providers deliver value for money for both students and taxpayers.
Universities UK, GuildHE and the Quality Assurance Agency have launched a new sector-wide consultation on how to ensure the effectiveness of transnational education and protect the reputation of UK HE abroad.
Graduate employers setting no minimum entry grades have more than doubled in five years as they search for more diverse recruits, reports the Institute of Student Employers.