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GOVERNMENT PLANS MARK SEISMIC SHIFT IN HE POLICY
GOVERNMENT PLANS MARK SEISMIC SHIFT IN HE POLICY
CASSANDRA CALLING OUT HIGHER EDUCATION
CASSANDRA CALLING OUT HIGHER EDUCATION
CONDITIONAL OFFER CHANGES FORCE RECRUITMENT RE-THINK
CONDITIONAL OFFER CHANGES FORCE RECRUITMENT RE-THINK
WELCOME TO THE HIGHER EDUCATION ROLLERCOASTER
WELCOME TO THE HIGHER EDUCATION ROLLERCOASTER
UK UNIVERSITIES DESCRIBE "AMAZING" ONLINE SHIFT
UK UNIVERSITIES DESCRIBE "AMAZING" ONLINE SHIFT
WORLD EVENTS HIGHLIGHT STARK INEQUALITIES IN HE
WORLD EVENTS HIGHLIGHT STARK INEQUALITIES IN HE
GOVERNMENT AND EMPLOYERS MUST MATCH HE's MOVES ON EQUALITY
GOVERNMENT AND EMPLOYERS MUST MATCH HE's MOVES ON EQUALITY
REMOVAL OF STATUES IS "CENSORING THE PAST" SAYS MINISTER
REMOVAL OF STATUES IS "CENSORING THE PAST" SAYS MINISTER
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Government plans mark a seismic shift in higher education policy

Statements from ministers this week have made it clear that higher education in England is facing significant reforms, re-setting its focus towards helping to plug the UK's skills gaps and rebuilding the economy. Fariba Soetan, Policy Lead for Research and Innovation at the National Centre for Universities and Business, argues that the proposed changes bring a welcome focus on graduate outcomes and supporting the careers of young people.

UK universities affirm 'deep commitment' to high quality TNE

Universities UK and GuildHE have commissioned the Quality Assurance Agency to develop a new approach to reviewing and enhancing the quality of UK TNE. QAA will consult on a new review method later this year and will launch a programme of in-country enhancement activity in 2021.

Cassandra calling out higher education

After a week of largely disappointing news for UK higher education, Nicola Owen, Deputy Chief Executive (Operations) at Lancaster University, fears that gloomy forecasts for the future of the sector may prove to be uncomfortably accurate.