The concept of ‘place’ might be becoming increasingly important but the challenges in working across local institutional and sectoral boundaries often remain deep-rooted.
Higher education providers give themselves six out of ten for progress towards an inclusive model of support for disabled students. What does this look like and what more needs to be done?
The problem is that the higher education sector has taken a piecemeal approach to race which mainly focuses on students rather than the institution. The outcome is the persistent BME attainment gap.
The University has thought hard about its role and its duty to the local community and the region.
In light of the QAA’s recent report on contract cheating in higher education, how are universities putting academic integrity at the heart of their assessment design?
Today HEFCE has published its latest update of the Participation of Local Areas (POLAR) classification.
Relocating media-related programmes to MediaCityUK put the University of Salford at the heart of an international cluster of media broadcast and production companies.
The Catalyst Fund economic impact study also examined the impact of HEFCE’s Strategic Development Fund (SDF), from which the Catalyst Fund was developed. Here, the University of Southampton showcases a project which benefitted from SDF investment.
The ‘annual efficiency return’ marks a change in approach in reporting VFM. We explain the reasons behind the move.
Cranfield University benefitted from the HEFCE Catalyst Fund over three years from 2014 to establish an Operations Excellence Institute.