A higher education degree is an important record of an individual’s academic attainment. As such, it needs to command the confidence of students and employers.
What role can students play in the development and uptake of educational innovation and what is the impact on their learning?
REF 2021 will require a change in mindset to understand the approach to submissions.
Recent analysis enhances our knowledge of students’ wellbeing and resilience after higher education.
A research user from industry reflects on the experience of being a main panel member in the 2014 REF exercise, and the difference the REF has made.
A new analysis extends our understanding of students’ outcomes by comparing the wellbeing of graduates to non-graduates.
One of the most important transitions a young person makes is from school to university. It is a key rite of passage into independence, but also very often a time of challenge.
The ‘Prevent duty’ which higher education providers are required to follow has been controversial, but the arguments used against it are largely based on myths and misunderstanding.
It is essential that we draw on international expertise throughout the REF review process.
The question of how, and how much, university vice-chancellors are paid is increasingly high on the news agenda. It is a legitimate and important debate, and one of public interest.