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

Published on March 8, 2012
...test between 2001 and 2009 were in occupations where the majority have post-A-level qualifications. At the other end of the spectrum, more than half of the jobs 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/... Read more »

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

Published on April 8, 2010
...stem of degree classifications and are mostly self-regulating through the QAA with HEFCE operating as a financial regulator in relation to use of public funding. The ‘UK HE’ brand as a whole is based on quality and, therefore, the drivers for high quality provision and self- regulation on standards are very strong. Given the nature of academic culture, these have always been innate within the system with few exceptions. The autonomy of institution... Read more »

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

Published on August 24, 2021
...ITT) should and must evolve in order to maintain and sustain educational standards for current and future generations of pupils – but there have been fundamental problems with the approach taken in the government’s ITT market review so far, argues University Alliance, the voice of technical and professional universities. Responding to the Department for Education’s consultation on their Initial Teacher Training market review, University Alliance h... Read more »

HELP UK: Background evidence report

Published on June 26, 2014
The UK cannot predict or plan for the future with any certainty. However, we do know that much is changing in the world around us: how we work, create, share and receive knowledge; how we deliver value; and how we connect to communities around the world. Our education system needs to adapt to this rapid pace of change, as individuals and the economy place new and changing demands on how and what higher education delivers. Read the background repo... Read more »

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

Published on June 10, 2020
...es, should be educated at university, and that more funding should be made available to ramp up the number of places. The survey also asked about the support universities have been giving to the NHS, and the public see a clear link between the work of universities and the increased services that the NHS has delivered during the crisis. Voters identified contributing to research around a vaccine (71%), sharing laboratories and other facilities (56%... Read more »

University Alliance submission to OFS quality and standards consultation

Published on January 26, 2021
...long 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 narrow d... Read more »

What Do We Mean By Social Mobility?

Published on March 14, 2014
...and support students to succeed.   Case study – Sophie Cousens Sophie, an AAA student, battled with her teachers to apply for a place on the world leading course of Marine Biology at Plymouth University. Plymouth has won prizes for its world-class marine and maritime research, teaching and training, and boasts excellent resources including its own Marine Diving Centre. Sophie said, “I had a bit of a battle on my hands…but it was absolutely the ri... Read more »

How do we ensure quality in an expanding HE system?

Published on May 21, 2014
...all HE providers in England, commissioning the Quality Assurance Agency (QAA) to undertake quality assurance across the system. The risk-based quality assurance system is yet to be fully implemented, and a lot is resting on it. It needs to be monitored carefully to ensure that risks are being correctly identified and addressed. The sector and regulatory bodies need to look at where the risks might be, for example: collaborative arrangements, chan... Read more »