What exactly we mean by excellence in postgraduate education is elusive. But plenty of people have it in their sights.
Disadvantaged, BME and mature students are less likely to reap the benefits of higher education than their peers. So what can we do about it?
Students who graduated during the last recession fared worse in the job market. But where, what and how well they studied made a difference.
The proposed funding model for apprenticeships might not be perfect but it shows the Government is listening.
Increased student debt has not damaged the intentions of students to go immediately into postgraduate study, with demand at a three-year high.
A new study finds that students drive innovative teaching, but in the teeth of different challenges.
Health and wellbeing are an important aspect of the student experience and institutions report growing demand for student support services. This post considers the issue in relation to the performing arts and postgraduate research.
What’s behind the increasing appetite for postgraduate research study?
Which publications best reflect your research achievements? And would you use different evidence to highlight your academic impact and your wider societal and economic impact?
The latest HEFCE research looks at who goes on to postgraduate courses and when they do it. We find that the last recession had an impact on when students start postgraduate courses, but that disadvantaged students are least likely to go on, even allowing for a break in study.