A year after the establishment of the Office for Students, chief executive Nicola Dandridge talks to Paddy Smith about heading up the first higher education watchdog of its type
New research conducted by the Office for Students highlights concerns over the increasing trend for unconditional offers, with 111,700 offered in 2018 compared to just 3,000 in 2013.
First annual pay report from OfS found ‘variation between providers’. By Kevin O’Malley
First annual pay report from OfS also found 'variation between providers'
New research conducted by the Office for Students reveals worrying research on the impact of a growing trend for unconditional offers
Thirty-eight per cent of first-year students want more help with independent learning as they make the transition from school to university, according to a new report, Student Voices, just published by HE service provider Cengage
Student Voices report identifies how universities can tackle the 8% drop-out rate of new students
To mark World Access to Higher Education Day 2018, Dan West, Policy and Research Lead at the University of Derby, discusses why equality and social mobility are crucial for universities
Amidst the many difficulties administrators face, none attracts more disagreement than free speech. But is it truly an endangered species in our universities? And can university leaders stop it going extinct? Alex Diggins reports
Elizabeth James, an academic appointment specialist at Berwick Partners, discusses how we can future-proof the HE sector
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