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Alliance Awards 2021 winners!

Published on June 23, 2021
...e projects and teams, a number of individuals were recognised in the awards, including a senior leader who was nominated by her team for her unfaltering motivation and commitment to wellbeing support. This year also saw the inclusion of an award to champion UA’s Doctoral Training Alliance Alumni, who have gone on to great things since completing their PhD with University Alliance. This year’s winner was recognised for the collaborative support she... Read more »

The Economist: Report – Automated, Creative & Dispersed

Published on June 1, 2015
...act of digital technology will be that the future university is “unbundled”, in a similar way to the telecoms industry, with different providers offering the tuition or services they are best at. “At the moment, research shows that only one-quarter of students fit in with the concept of going to university for four years from age 18,” Professor Agarwal says. “If we unbundle time, students can take their first year online, come to the campus for tw... Read more »

Universities must tackle inequality in all its forms

Published on May 24, 2016
...example, Kingston University has reduced its BME attainment gap by a third, including through the use of data analytics to track and monitor student engagement. The University of Hertfordshire, through a series of targeted programmes, has seen its dropout rate for disadvantaged students almost halve, from 14 to 8 per cent, and the University of Greenwich’s programme focusing on care leavers has seen dropout rates fall from 30 per cent to 14 per c... Read more »

UA comments on UCAS End of Cycle 2016 provider-level equality data

Published on January 26, 2017
...said: “Today’s institution-level statistics provide a useful evidence base, increasing transparency and highlighting where, alongside the great strides higher education has made in widening participation, there is still more work to be done. “While getting into university matters a great deal, getting on – in terms of retention and student success – is important too. We’ve identified how by showing leadership, making targeted interventions and ad... Read more »

University Alliance leads the way on international PhD mobility

Published on March 4, 2019
...pported A salary of over £20,000 per annum Access to an enhanced skills training programme DTA3/COFUND builds on University Alliance’s Doctoral Training Alliance (DTA) which is a nationwide cohort-based doctoral training programme with a strong interdisciplinary and industry-focused ethos. Its objective is to train and develop highly employable researchers in strategically important areas. Professor John Latham, Chair of University Alliance and VC... Read more »

CPD: End of life care Massive Open Online Course (MOOC)

Published on January 28, 2016
...flexible learning opportunity based on conversations about death and dying, increasing awareness of the needs and experiences of patients nearing the end of life and understanding the pressures being faced by carers. The Sheffield Hallam Open Online Course (SHOOC®) is targeted at members of a multi-professional team working with patients who are receiving palliative or end of life care, including care homes as well as patients and carers. It aims... Read more »

“Universities can help drive academic diversity in the media” says panel of experts

Published on April 28, 2021 with the media by 2024, through a programme of work which will offer training, mentoring and profiling for academics. Previous research undertaken by UA had found that less than a fifth of academic experts within Alliance institutions have had any level of media involvement in recent years, and that this often wasn’t representative of the diversity of the academic community. Marverine Duffy, Course Director for Journalism and core member of the... Read more »

UA pens letter responding to Will Hutton article in The Observer

Published on October 12, 2020 which represents professional and technical universities across the UK, I read with utter outrage an opinion piece from Will Hutton in your 4 October online edition, entitled: I saw up close the trials of university life in a pandemic. We should have done better. In his piece, Mr Hutton states “What is more, few beyond the Russell Group go beyond online lectures to offer online seminars and tutorials, so raising questions about the justific... Read more »

University Alliance gives evidence to Education Committee

Published on May 19, 2020
...nce universities are doing to support students and staff during this crisis, including: Moving pastoral support online and delivering virtual wellbeing and mental health initiatives and supporting staff to manage the transition to online learning and their workload and wellbeing. Raising and diverting enhanced hardship funds to support students facing financial difficulty, providing learners with IT equipment, applying mitigating circumstances and... Read more »

Response to Social Mobility Commission State of the Nation 2017 report

Published on November 28, 2017
...sues including teacher recruitment and retention, raising school attainment, increasing the diversity of Degree Apprenticeship intakes and flexible degree provision to improve accessibility. The full report is available online here: Last year University Alliance published Supporting thriving communities:... Read more »