There are big differences across graduates in how happy they are with their degree choices and some ethnic groups are much less satisfied.
Outreach in the North East shows that the right group of partners can help the most disadvantaged students take higher education seriously.
Impact from research rarely follows a predictable path, but that doesn’t mean universities should leave it to chance.
Different factors affect how and why graduates move from non-graduate jobs into degree-level employment.
The hard facts on UK university performance from the McMillan review.
HEFCE has just completed, with its national partners, the first set of packed-out workshops about ‘New Forms of Funding’. Seven new general trends have emerged.
Academics are as important to interdisciplinary research culture as the environment which supports them.
The forthcoming Industrial Strategy may well include a new emphasis on the importance of place. But what challenges need to be overcome in this new approach?
The participation in research of members of the public, users and beneficiaries plays a central role in the delivery of impact.
There is enormous potential for universities to support social enterprise to bring about positive social change in communities; the challenge now is to harness this effectively.