Distinction and Diversity in Higher Education

28 September

New research highlights limitations of LEO data

Graduate earnings are an unreliable measure of the value of university degrees and should not be depended on for setting tuition fees or the public funding of higher education. New research, commissioned by GuildHE with support from the HEAD Trust, …

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17 October

A Sustainable Future for HE?

Without radical changes in the way we live, we could see droughts, floods, extreme weather events and mass extinction by the time this year’s Freshers turn 30. The sector can hardly claim to be preparing graduates for the future without addressing this reality.

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12 October

The Hunt for RED…in October

Hunting for silent submarines can feel quite similar to hunting for research and development funding to small and specialist higher education providers.

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10 September

H.E. Policy Handbook – 2018/19 Edition

GuildHE is pleased to publish the second edition of its popular H.E. Policy Handbook, which aims to help SU officers get to grips with all the key issues in the UK higher education policy landscape. The Handbook has been fully …

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