In part one of the series hear from two of our researchers on their experience working with industry and the benefits this has brought to their academic careers. Read more »
This blog was initially published by Research Fortnight. The new government’s agenda poses universities some existential questions, says Vanessa Wilson A December election was always going t...
With a potential future Conservative government threatening to tackle “low-value” degrees, what do we actually mean by “value” when it comes to Higher Education and how we can avoid being led astra...
As we prepare for a new government Susanna Kalitowski looks at the problematic divide between HE and FE and how this is preventing us addressing key skills shortages. Read more »
Commitments from political parties to return financial support for nursing students are welcome, but for Alliance universities to help resolve the NHS workforce crisis, investment must be made acro...
We caught up with Professor Alistair Fitt, VC of Oxford Brookes, to find out more about UA's new Deputy Chair. Read more »
We met with the University of Brighton Vice-Chancellor and newly appointed University Alliance Chair to find out more about her past and what drives her. Read more »
Dr Sal Jarvis from the University of Hertfordshire guest blogs for HEPI on the experience of students who commute. Read more »
Second year DTA student Ifrah Mussa, outlines her experience of studying internationally, on placement in China, during her PhD. Read more »
In the first part of our DTA is International series, hear from some of the DTA's current students on why the international element of the programme is so important. Read more »