Cathy Parnham talks to five key influencers in Higher Education on the challenges facing universities in 2019
Higher education is not immune from the far-reaching powers of the EU’s GDPR legislation and there are plenty of potential risks for the sector, says Serena Tierney
Workforce Explorer helps you to quickly contextualise your demographic data against the rest of the HE sector over time
The long-awaited review of post-18 education advocates changes to fees, student loans and further education funding
The long-awaited post-18 tuition fee review is tipped to be released this week and will recommend a 20% cut in tuition fees and a nearly 5% cut in student loan interest rates
The new pledge from the higher education sector is part of a nationwide consultation on grade inflation
The college in Kent is the first to go bust under the government’s new insolvency regime set up in January 2019
The Office of the Independent Adjudicator has recommended students receive partial refunds following USS pensions-related industrial action
UUK says it will discuss the legality of a review into university admissions with DfE
More universities are adopting Pay360’s eShop solution to make life simpler for students and parents, and for the universities too.
The university watchdog has promised an investigation into admissions in its second-year business plan
At a time when tuition fees represent a major part of higher education funding, Kevin O’Malley takes a look at the processes that enable students to transact with their HE providers
Monetising university research isn’t new, but an intensified focus on commercialisation has led to some innovative approaches in bringing products to market. Julie Ferry finds out more
Financial and market security has become a priority for VCs, says Ian Matthias. So how do they plan for their universities’ economic futures in a climate of uncertainty?
Financial uncertainty is approaching higher education institutions from multiple directions. Robert Morrison scouts out the invading parties
UUK said the use of gagging orders to 'prevent victims from speaking out will not be tolerated'
With the future of tuition fees in England suspended in uncertainty, questions swirl about the financial fitness of some of our HE institutions. Will they fail? Can they? Glyn Mon Hughes investigates
The role of governors has become more exacting in an environment of increasing regulatory and policy shift. Smita Jamdar explores ways to navigate a changing brief
In the first of two articles on university brand management, Serena Tierney considers key areas of risk to reputation
Job losses and the department’s closure is part of the university’s plan to cut £5m
University of Buckingham is the worst in England with a 37 per cent difference in average hourly rate
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