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Digital Technologies in Teaching and Learning

Published on October 24, 2013
...s having communication skills and a positive attitude as well as academic knowledge. And that online learning can play a part in a country’s economic success by broadening access to higher education and by making that education more tailored and engaging for a wide range of different students. But it is not yet clear that MOOCs in their current guise (i.e. exclusively online) can act as the solution alone. Social and economic success, defined as e... Read more »

Budget 2012: harnessing universities to help build a stronger economy for the future

Published on March 8, 2012
...obs that declined the fastest during this period were in occupations where the majority of people are qualified to level 2 (GCSE A*-C and equivalent) or below. Labour Force Survey data, 2010 [3] Wilson T, Review of Business-University Collaboration, February 2012 http://www.wilsonreview.co.uk/review/ [4] http://cdn.hm-treasury.gov.uk/autumn_statement.pdf [5] Wilson T, Review of Business-University Collaboration, February 2012 http://www.wilsonrevi... Read more »

Submission to the Independent Review of Higher Education Funding and Student Finance – Second call for evidence

Published on April 8, 2010
...ating in a way that is in the best interests of the sector, Government and UK economy. In relation to our specific proposals for a Graduate Contribution Scheme, the most critical point must be to design a system that can enable additional private contribution (whilst maintaining access) without increasing the cost to the state. We have also repeatedly emphasised the central importance of recognising and addressing the gulf of opinion that separate... Read more »

University Alliance responds to DfE’s Initial Teacher Training Market Review consultation

Published on August 24, 2021
...lude: A lack of meaningful collaboration and engagement with the sector in order to build trust and understanding of the true complexities and nuances involved in delivering teacher training thereby bringing the key agents of change on this important journey collectively to evolve teacher training together. An absence of clear and compelling evidence to demonstrate what exactly the quality issues are with the current teacher training system that h... Read more »

Public believes HE will be important to UK’s recovery from Covid

Published on June 10, 2020
...cultural recovery effort in the months and years ahead.” Headline findings: – 62% say universities should prioritise medicine, nursing and engineering over all other subjects, including 50 per cent for STEM subjects (science, maths), 24 per cent for social sciences, 13 per cent for languages and 12 per cent for the arts. – 61% believe nurses should be trained at university and that more funding should be made available to increase places – 71% be... Read more »

University Alliance submission to OFS quality and standards consultation

Published on January 26, 2021
...ifelong Loan Entitlement (LLE). As the Dearing Report noted back in 1997, ‘non-completion will become an increasingly difficult concept to measure if more students undertake higher education programmes in a flexible way, over a long period of time.’[1] In addition, we have serious concerns about the proposed progression indicator, which draws on new experimental statistics, the Graduate Outcome Survey. As currently constructed, it provides a narro... Read more »

UA response to the Post-18 & Funding Review call for evidence

Published on May 2, 2018
...estions posed by the consultation, UA’s submission focuses in particular on: Greater integration between FE and HE: which may help create more flexible study pathways, encourage more innovation in provision, and provide greater local opportunities for students. The provision of flexible funding to students: through mechanisms such as Individual Learning Accounts and/or the expansion of Advanced Learner Loans, which may incentivise providers to off... Read more »

Response to subject-level TEF consultation

Published on May 23, 2018
...University Alliance has published its response to the consultation on the development of Teaching Excellence Framework at subject level. To read UA’s response in full, follow this link. An accompanying alternative subject-level TEF model design is online here.        ... Read more »

What Do We Mean By Social Mobility?

Published on March 14, 2014
...ttom of the employment market. Social mobility in our future, hourglass economy, relies on people getting comprehensive and impartial information about careers and higher education.   Our position University Alliance believe passionately that more can be done to increase social mobility. This must start with a much broader look at the opportunities and transformational experiences offered by universities across the UK while keeping them accessible... Read more »

How do we ensure quality in an expanding HE system?

Published on May 21, 2014
...student choice. Students in the great majority of alternative providers do not have access to external complaints moderation. This is not fair and requires legislative attention. Again, on the subject of rights and protections for students, the sector as a whole needs to continue to plan for institutional and programme failure and how these will be managed, in order to protect the interests of students. Fair admissions needs protecting – no-one wa... Read more »