Researcher says findings indicate variable fees may be preferable
Just a third of bright teenagers from poorer backgrounds take an A level likely to help them attend a selective university, a study says
Students taking BTEC vocational qualifications are more than twice as likely to score top marks as they were seven years earlier, says a new study.
Islanders must know that a UK degree pays, says QAA Subscription
Universities awarding qualifications to those studying in the Caribbean must do more to monitor graduate employability
‘Failing’ institutions will not be fined Subscription
Proposal for financial penalties to maintain standards is rejected following sector-wide consultation
Million+ wary of biddable regulatory superpower Subscription
Response to Hefce consultation on quality assurance raises fears of an all-powerful regulator susceptible to political influence
QAA to review AA Hamilton College after identifying ‘a number of significant weaknesses’
SLC fee payments to private college suspended pending BIS investigation with a QAA report expected in April
The public cost of the coalition government’s private college “fiasco” could be in the region of £100 million
Employers have called on unions to “consider carefully the real value” of a 0.9 per cent pay offer for university employees.
An undergraduate taught by the recently dismissed University of Bolton lecturer Damien Markey has described how the decision has affected students.
UCU claims two members may have been targeted for ‘role in union’
Moocs: fluctuating rates in online investment Subscription
THE study determines average cost of creating a course for the FutureLearn platform
Procedural fluency key to effective STEM teaching, co-creator of top-ranking Mooc tells Chris Parr
Spending public money on higher education resources that cannot be shared openly borders on being “immoral and unethical”, a conference has heard.
The University of Salford has confirmed that Helen Marshall will remain as its vice-chancellor on a permanent basis.
Soas, University of London, is to divest from fossil fuels within the next three years after the institution’s governing body today approved the decision.
Plans by King’s College London to demolish historic buildings in a multimillion pound redevelopment of its Strand campus have been criticised by a conservation group