Distinction and Diversity in Higher Education


20 April

Tiers before bedtime? Registers, gateways and regulatory tiers in higher education

Higher education regulation is a bit like Goldilocks – too much for some, not enough for others. But unlike Goldilocks it has been suggested that the answer may lie in tears – or should I say tiers. The amount of …

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02 April

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Educational Diversity and Social & Economic Mobility

GuildHE has just published the fourth and last briefing in our Diverse Institutions Project looking at the contribution to the HE sector of a range of institutions that are often not featured in the national spotlight. This briefing highlights the pivotal role …

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27 March


Student Voices heard at the University of Chichester

At the University of Chichester students are able to contribute to the development of their degree programmes through the Student Voice Programme. Each cohort (Year Group) for each course is able to elect one of their course mates to act …

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26 March


HEFCE Research Funding Allocations

GuildHE members stand out in the list of UK universities, recognised by HEFCE for the outstanding quality of their research. Of the top ten UK institutions to win the largest percentage increase in their research funding, five were GuildHE members. …

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13 April

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GuildHE announces new Chief Executive

Gordon McKenzie, currently Deputy Director, HE Strategy and Policy at the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills has been appointed as the new Chief Executive for GuildHE. Professor Joy Carter, Chair of GuildHE and Vice Chancellor of the University of …

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17 March


Protecting the student interest

Students. Know your consumer rights. The message that universities which do not meet their obligations may be in breach of consumer law came through strongly in last week’s advice for students and providers on the impact of consumer law produced by the …

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