Funding of the Veterinary Clinical Skills Centre by the HEFCE Catalyst Fund has made a major contribution to many aspects of the work of the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Surrey.
In 2015, Bristol was the UK’s first European Green Capital. During the year, HEFCE’s Catalyst Fund backed an initiative between the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England Bristol to promote student involvement in green activities.
The UK’s first Faculty on the Factory Floor project – with input from the Catalyst Fund – is changing the way we think about developing our future engineers.
Backing from HEFCE and an early set of industrial partners allowed the University of Lincoln the space and resources to deliver its vision for the future.
Harper Adams University profiles two examples of how the fund helped secure significant changes to its academic profile.
Over the past year Deloitte has been researching the impact of our Catalyst Fund investments and has now reported on its findings.
How are ‘alternative providers’ of higher education regulated? The second in our series of blog posts on APs explains.
New maps from HEFCE show the movement of students and graduates around England. There are large differences in how many students from different places move away from home for study and employment and how many choose to stay close to home.
Institutions offering employability-related activities as part of their higher education provision need ways of evaluating their impact after graduation.
As HEFCE seeks student representatives to help with the next round of assessments, some of last year’s panellists and assessors reflect on their experiences in this blog series.