Developed to change the lives of young people in some of the most disadvantaged areas of England, the National Collaborative Outreach Programme is nine months old. So what does success look like for the programme and how have things been going?
A new survey on open access to research is under way. This blog post looks at the findings from its pilot stages.
New technologies have triggered many changes in the scholarly communication sector; they have also fundamentally changed the way we learn, teach and research.
The level of senior pay in higher education institutions is clearly of interest to students and the general public. The topic is currently much in debate, and has led some to ask how regulation works in the sector.
Today’s young people have a world of opportunities before them, which is great, but also daunting. With so many options, it can be difficult to make sense of them and choose the most fitting.
Over the last six years the number of students who are the first generation in their (immediate) family to attend university has grown.
The University of Greenwich is complying with the Government’s Prevent duty by looking at it through a wellbeing lens. It’s working so far.
The most immediate recruitment challenge for HEIs? No, not Brexit but IT roles, finds the Higher Education Workforce Survey 2017.
The front page of the Sunday Times on 6 August carried the controversial headline ‘Universities take foreign students ahead of British’, and declares that British sixth-formers are being ‘betrayed’ by our universities.
The latest data released by HEFCE tells us that lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT) students, and students of faith, exist in enough numbers that we can – for the first time – report reliable statistics at a national level.