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

Published on June 10, 2020
..., and universities are playing a key role supporting the NHS during this crisis. The survey was conducted as part of UA’s strategic planning to the recovery response, more information here The poll found that more than 7 in 10 people think that universities are going to play an important role in supporting the UK’s economic and social recovery post Covid, with improving scientific research for innovation and development (74%), training public sect... Read more »

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

Published on March 8, 2012
...pport for those postgraduate students that are not supported by an employer. In the short-term, the Government should confirm that they will continue to support the provision of Professional and Career Development Loans (PCDLs) and take action to encourage more banks to offer PCDLs to increase provision and encourage more competitive loan terms. Proposal three We strongly support the Wilson Review proposal that HEFCE, should establish a mechanism... Read more »

University Alliance submission to Higher Education Commission’s University Research and Regional Levelling-Up Inquiry

Published on July 5, 2021
...erships to support a sustainable recovery that levels-up across our regions. In this high-level submission, which has been made on behalf of our members, we address three key areas that are being examined by the Commission. The full submission can be read here, or a summary of our headline asks are below. Maximising R&D activity and economic impact We need a significant cross-government effort to identify synergies, align and sequence the various... Read more »

University Alliance response to the Review of post-16 qualifications at level 3 in England second stage consultation

Published on January 31, 2021
...ogression route to a range of higher education provision, and many are utilising their long-standing partnerships with FE colleges to support and promote the rollout of T Levels in their regions. However the two groups of qualifications outlined in the consultation will be important features of the landscape but will not meet the needs of all students. We are concerned that further stratifying qualifications into ‘academic’ and ‘technical’ routes... Read more »

University Alliance: Higher education and research priorities for the 2017 General Election

Published on April 27, 2017
...tractive destination for bright minds from Europe and the rest of the world. International students and staff boost everyday spending in university towns up and down the country, enrich the academic environment, and create long-term links with export markets across the globe. Immigration policy that has the effect of limiting the UK’s international competitiveness will only benefit other countries and harm the UK economy. Fund excellence in resear... Read more »

Closing the Gap: unlocking opportunity through higher education

Published on May 14, 2014
...re-skill. Along*]}*side this, we need to value vocational and professional training, not just academic. It is a good combination of the two that will enable our economy and society to thrive. Policy Recommendations In a world that is changing rapidly we need to think differently about how we support social mobility through higher education. 1. Neither social mobility nor the maximisation of economic capacity and productivity will be fully realised th... Read more »

University Alliance submission to OFS quality and standards consultation

Published on January 26, 2021
...e OfS consultation on regulating equality and standards in higher education. In principle we are supportive of moves to improve quality and standards in higher education in England. However, our members have significant concerns about a number of proposals in the consultation. Whilst we are justifiably proud of our student outcomes, and do not object to OfS making use of these in principle, the three indicators being proposed by Ofsted – continuat... Read more »

How do we ensure quality in an expanding HE system?

Published on May 21, 2014
...s parity of information from different providers. Otherwise we risk compromising quality assurance and enhancement, as well as effective 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 pro... Read more »

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

Published on April 8, 2010
...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 separates the publ... Read more »