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.
‘Alternative providers’ of higher education are extremely diverse in nature. This blog post, the first in a series, explains.
Understanding the barriers to higher education among the most disadvantaged communities is a principal challenge. Yet identifying them remains the key to effective educational engagement.
Partly-funded by the UK Research Partnership Investment Fund, the University of Dundee’s Discovery Centre is “tearing down disciplinary walls” to achieve translational and interdisciplinary research.
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?