Distinction and Diversity in Higher Education

GuildHE responds to higher education White Paper

16 May 2016 – Gordon McKenzie

In response to the publication of the government’s higher education White Paper, Success as a Knowledge Economy: Teaching Excellence, Social Mobility and Student Choice, Gordon McKenzie, Chief Executive, said: “GuildHE welcomes the HE White Paper’s focus on excellent teaching, student choice …

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Response to HEFCE Funding Announcement

09 May 2016 – Gordon McKenzie

Commenting on the funding decisions made by the Higher Education Funding Council for England, Gordon McKenzie, Chief Executive, GuildHE said:  “Specialist Universities are highly valued by students and employers and this is a disappointing decision especially since ministers urged HEFCE …

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GuildHE responds to HEFCE revised approached to quality assessment

18 Mar 2016 – Gordon McKenzie

Expanding on GuildHE’s response to the HEFCE publication Revised operating model for quality assessment (which can be read below), Gordon McKenzie, Chief Executive of GuildHE has written a blog post, ‘Quality Assessment through the looking glass’, which can be read …

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GuildHE Strategy to 2020

25 Feb 2016 – Gordon McKenzie

GuildHE is pleased to launch its new strategic plan. GuildHE’s Strategy to 2020 highlights the five aims that will inform our work over the next four years.

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Making Student Engagement a Reality: Turning Theory into Practice

24 Nov 2015 – GuildHE Admin

GuildHE, in collaboration with The Student Engagement Partnership (TSEP), today publish a report – Making Student Engagement a Reality: Turning Theory into Practice. Student engagement has the potential to have a powerful and lasting impact on the student experience. This report …

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GuildHE response to the Nurse Review

19 Nov 2015 – GuildHE Admin

GuildHE Response to Nurse Review Responding to the publication of Sir Paul Nurse’s Review of the Research Councils, Professor Joy Carter, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Winchester and Chair of GuildHE, said: “We welcome the recommendation that the dual funding …

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Students could be drawn out of democracy by boundary changes

12 Nov 2015 – GuildHE Admin

The National Union of Students (NUS) has joined with university and college leaders and staff over the serious risk students could be under-represented by newly drawn parliamentary boundaries. They are collectively calling on students to make sure they are registered …

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Statement of Good Practice

11 Nov 2015 – GuildHE Admin

HEFCE, GuildHE, the Association of Colleges, the National Union of Students, Study UK, the Independent Universities Group and Universities UK announce the publication of the jointly developed Statement of Good Practice on higher education course changes and closures.   The …

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