This is a joint event between the Higher Education Academy and HEFCE to discuss the continuing challenges to access, widening participation, retention and success.
Sarah Howls, HEFCE’s Head of Student Opportunity, will be speaking at this seminar.
Our half-day Annual Meeting offers an opportunity to learn more about current developments, HEFCE’s role and the challenges facing higher education.
This meeting is one of the first steps in bringing together key stakeholders to take forward the recommendations of the Regulatory Partnership Group (RPG) in its vision to develop a governance framework for data exchange across the higher education sector.
This conference provides an opportunity to take stock of progress on the efficiencies and transformation agenda. It will discuss the projects now going forward under the Innovation and Transformation Fund and to share learning across professional groups in the HE sector.
NEON (the National Education Opportunities Network) are running four 'Supporting Practice' events in Autumn 2012 on the new widening participation toolkits.
On 25 October we published a report and consultation on proposals for streamlining TRAC (Transparent Approach to Costing) requirements and promoting greater transparency on the use of public funds and to help inform the choices of prospective students.
Steve Butcher, HEFCE's head of procurement, will be speaking at this policy and practice briefing on shared services.
For institutions that are considering making a submission for institution-specific funding (HEFCE 2012/16).
HEFCE Advanced seminar on the 2012-13 Higher Education Students Early Statistics (HESES12) Survey and Higher Education in Further Education: Students (HEIFES12) Survey.
We are currently consulting on the development of a more risk-based approach to the quality assurance system for higher education in England from 2013-14. These events gave stakeholders a chance to discuss the proposals set out in the consultation with staff from HEFCE, the QAA and each other.
HEFCE's annual conference took place in London and was attended by heads of many of the HEFCE-funded higher education institutions as well as leaders of partner organisations.
This well established one-day conference will explore the significant changes higher education (HE) is undergoing, particularly the challenges faced by Colleges as they seek to ensure more people can benefit from local, flexible and affordable HE.