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Digital Technologies in Teaching and Learning

Published on October 24, 2013
...n to government officials is getting their headline information from Google, as we know many of them are, how do we ensure that people are learning effectively? In light of these questions, there has been a lot of attention given recently to the use of digital technologies in teaching and learning, and the extent to which these technologies are shaking up the UK’s higher education (HE) sector. However, the sector is still undecided as to whether M... Read more »

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

Published on March 8, 2012
...ugh changes to the student number controls that it operates. Alongside that, Government should support companies that host students on full sandwich placement years through a tax credit or grant mechanism.[3] Capitalising on the export potential of universities Proposal four We fully support the launch of HE Global as an online information and advice portal for HE institutions wishing to expand abroad, as announced in the Chancellor’s Autumn State... Read more »

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

Published on April 8, 2010
...is to ensure that the various incentives and drivers within this regulated, complex market are operating 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 repeated... Read more »

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

Published on August 24, 2021
...ity Alliance have outlined problems which they argue are inherent in the recommendations, and which will make implementation incredibly challenging. These include: 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 tra... Read more »

HELP UK: Background evidence report

Published on June 26, 2014
...funding work has taken us on a journey towards the development of H.E.L.P. UK, a new Higher Education Loan Programme providing universal student loan access for the first time. It has been an open process of collaboration with many people across the sector and beyond. The process has incorporated extensive modelling and research from funding systems across the globe. The resulting model has also been tested, and shaped, by the views of students an... Read more »

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

Published on June 10, 2020
...industry and the public sector. They will be essential to the national economic, social and 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 trai... Read more »

University Alliance submission to OFS quality and standards consultation

Published on January 26, 2021
...in principle, the three indicators being proposed by Ofsted – continuation, completion and progression to skilled employment or further study – are too narrow and wholly metrics-based. We do not believe that data alone is ever sufficient to measure higher education quality. Furthermore, we strongly disagree with the principle of absolute minimum baselines. The process of setting these is fraught with difficulty and is likely to have a wide range... Read more »

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

Published on May 2, 2018
...ation 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 offer a wider range of provision that would allow students to upskill and reskill through vari... 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
...umbers. Given the high correlation between social background and attainment, Government aims for social mobility will always be negatively affected in a system where places are restricted. It is therefore essential to improving social mobility that in the longer term we continue to explore how total growth of the sector can be achieved despite tight restrictions on Government expenditure. Maintain funding for widening participation activity. The 2... Read more »