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Peer Review College

Published on June 17, 2018
...the TEA Strategic Overview and Principles which can be found on the TEA website. B. Peer Review College Terms of Reference for Members The Peer Review College brings together experienced practitioners immersed in the distinctive teaching practices that underpin the TEA endeavour, to build student success for all, through inclusive and transformational education. The PRC Membership will include: Up to five representatives from each TEA partner univ... Read more »

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

Published on March 8, 2012
...he 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.wilsonreview.co.uk/review/ [6... Read more »

Our response to the Witty Review

Published on May 31, 2013
...to the Heseltine Review, the government invited Sir Andrew Witty to lead a review to explore how universities can work with Local Enterprise Partnerships (LEPs) and other local organisations to support growth. The review will consider the government’s industrial strategy and seek to establish which universities are globally competitive in research relevant to the sectors and technologies of the industrial strategy. The review will start by looking... Read more »

Why is it important that universities and businesses collaborate?

Published on March 17, 2015
...l be reviewed as part of the expected post election Comprehensive Spending Review. How will that uncertainty and the review affect the amount of work that Universities do with business, or more importantly the overall competitiveness of the UK’s innovation system? It is vitally important that the Higher Education sector, the government and industry realises the benefit that HEIF funding has brought and the competitive position it gives UK HEIs, ov... Read more »

University Alliance responds to the package of announcements released by the Department for Education

Published on January 21, 2021
...f those proposals. We look forward to engaging in the full response to the review in line with the Comprehensive Spending Review and ensuring the higher education sector is funded and equipped to continue delivering the workforce, research and innovation to support an economic, social and cultural recovery from this crisis. For now, all eyes should be on mitigating the immediate impact of the pandemic to enable universities to continue providing a... Read more »

Digital teaching and learning: time for a blended approach

Published on March 2, 2021
...central to our approach as we design a new blended learning model. Throughout the pandemic UA institutions have shared their experiences, and I am pleased to see so many of these reflected in the review’s report. The review shows us that together, the sector can rise to the challenge and evolve into an agile sector able to meet the demands of the modern learner.... Read more »

Are you on the Peer Review College?

Published on June 17, 2018
...r proven track record in teaching excellence. The idea behind the TEA Peer Review College is to draw on the cutting-edge pedagogic expertise from across the Alliance to benefit the whole network. The Peer Review College (PRC) is designed to be a shared resource that any member of the Teaching Excellence Alliance can access to provide support and challenge in their teaching-related work. For example, members may find it helpful when seeking course... Read more »

Wilson Review – our response

Published on February 28, 2012
...ill enable universities to expand this form of provision and make it more attractive for both students and employers. “We fully support the recommendation that Hefce should revisit to the definition of what constitutes a graduate job. Graduates who go on to start their own business are playing a significant role in driving new growth, and this should be recognised. “The Review provides alot of food for thought and our universities are... Read more »

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

Published on April 8, 2010
...public funds. [Download as PDF] Greatest Risk and Greatest Opportunity The Review is, quite rightly, taking a whole system approach to looking at HE funding and student finance. In my view, however, the greatest risk is that the Review takes a mechanistic or structural approach to analysing the whole system problems and fails to recognise that the biggest barrier is likely to be an adaptive challenge; a fundamental conflict of values. It is clear... Read more »