GuildHE has responded to the Review of Post-18 Education and Funding, highlighting key priorities, including maintaining teaching quality, supporting mature and part-time learners, addressing student poverty, improving flexibility, and providing clarity for learners.
GuildHE has responded to the Department for Education consultation; Accelerated degrees: widening student choice in higher education. GuildHE’s full response can be read here. Facebook0Google+0TwitterLinkedin
The Home Office has commissioned the Migration Advisory Committee to assess the impact of international students in the UK. GuildHE has worked in coordination with colleagues in Universities UK to highlight the valuable social, economic and cultural contributions of international students …
GuildHE has produced its first ever guide for Students’ Union Officers, giving a brief, unbiased overview of some of the major aspects of higher education policy, and other topics which might be relevant students’ unions.
GuildHE has today responded to the Department for Education’s consultations on the new regulatory framework for UK higher education; market entry, degree awarding powers and university title; and registration fees.