Distinction and Diversity in Higher Education

25 May

World-class Teachers, World-class Education – Report calls for teachers to be trained to Master’s level

All teachers should be trained to Master’s level in order to attract the most ambitious candidates into the profession, according to one of the UK’s leading experts on teacher education.

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20 June

Ravensbourne Univsersity

Ravensbourne supports the Stand Alone Pledge

In this special guest blog, Professor Linda Drew outlines why Ravensbourne is making the Stand Alone Pledge, in support of estranged students.  Ravensbourne makes a strong statement about its values, which makes us distinct in the HE sector. Ravensbourne’s activities are …

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30 May

Higher Education 2022 – Priorities for Government

GuildHE has set out its priorities for whichever party ends up in government. These priorities aim to ensure that our higher education sector continues to offer students world leading education, excellent support and real choice. Our priorities include: Support for part …

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22 June

GuildHE responds to the Teaching Excellence Framework

GuildHE, one of two recognised representative bodies for higher education, has today responded to the results of year two of the Teaching Excellence Framework, a Government university teaching ranking  which disrupts the traditional hierarchy in UK higher education. Joy Carter, …

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30 May

GuildHE Council 25th May 2017 – Presentations

The presentations and documents from the GuildHE Council meeting on Thursday 25th May 2017 can be found below: Emelda Nicholroy, Head of Pensions Policy, UCEA – Pensions Sir Bob Burgess, Chair, GSM London – HE Governance Richard Young, Director, Uniac and …

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28 April

Health education: A terminal problem?

“A crisis in health and social care” is a phrase which seems almost as common in current news coverage as “Southern Rail strike” or “President Trump tweeted”. Stories of hospitals and social care services stretched almost to breaking point are …

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