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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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In the event of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit, the Government must unilaterally secure EU citizens rights and strengthen its pledge to underwrite UK participation in EU research programmes, according to new guidance from Universities UK.
A growing number of students from disadvantaged backgrounds are gaining places at medical school with lower-than-usual entry grades through “gateway” courses, according to a new report .
Employers should pay a levy for each graduate they employ to help fund tuition fees, according to a new report.
Proposals to lower tuition fees or vary them by discipline may seem appealing to politicians, but introducing such changes will require very careful handling to avoid creating additional problems, warns Professor Jon Scott, Pro-Vice Chancellor for Student Experience at the University of Leicester.
Students are engaging more with staff and undergraduates who commute to university have high levels of involvement in campus life, a new survey has found.
A national poll of the public on their perceptions of universities has produced mixed results.
Lord Browne of Madingley
The votes are in and the result is unequivocal. The most influential higher education report of the last decade is the October 2010 Browne report: higher education funding and student finance , according to a range of experts.
HEi-know asked 12 higher education experts to name what they see as the most influential HE reports of the past decade. Here are their views.
The government should set "clear and ambitious targets" to grow the number of international students studying in the UK, MPs have said.
Research England has launched a new, competitive, £4 million fund designed to help higher education institutions (HEIs) expand their existing research collaborations with universities and research organisations outside of the UK.
The University of Sheffield is a founding member of a consortium of leading global universities launched in Xiamen, China.
Nottingham Trent University is one of the first UK higher education institutions to sign the Social Mobility Pledge, which sees companies and institutions commit to working with local schools and colleges, offer work placements and apprenticeships and adopt open recruitment policies.
The University of Derby, Chatsworth House Trust and the Devonshire Educational Trust are to work together to generate new opportunities for students.
One of Britain’s most experienced television journalists, Newsnight’s Kirsty Wark, has received an honorary doctorate from University of the West of Scotland.