Christopher Millward, Associate Director, HEFCE will be speaking at this event.
This one-day conference is aimed at delegates with an interest in widening participation and student outcomes.
A one-day equality and diversity workshop hosted by the University of Sheffield, as part of the independent review of the role of metrics in research assessment.
Steve Egan, Deputy Chief Executive, HEFCE, will be speaking at this event.
The meeting offers an opportunity to learn more about current developments, HEFCE’s role and the challenges facing higher education.
The Higher & Further Education Show is a free-to-attend event, bringing together 2000 senior-level decision makers from the higher and further education sectors. The day will address the biggest discussions and challenges facing the sectors, ranging from achieving institutional efficiency, procurement, shared services, transformation through IT, student recruitment, internationalisation and more.
‘In metrics we trust?’ was hosted by Professor James Wilsdon, Chair of the Review’s Steering Group and Professor of Science & Democracy at SPRU, University of Sussex.
This event will launch ‘HE Cold Spots’ – new and highly detailed data maps of the provision of higher education across England. Presented visually using accessible maps, this powerful new interactive tool can provide evidence to support the role of HE providers in their localities.
The TRAC Development Group (TDG) conference for TRAC practitioners took place on the 30 September at Imperial College London.
This event will provide a brief overview of the call for projects to be funded by HEFCE's Catalyst Fund, followed by a general question and answer session. Regional consultants and policy advisors from the Institutions Directorate will be on hand to discuss initial ideas or further questions.
These three seminars are intended for people who will be completing HEIFES14 and those with responsibility for ensuring the data have been verified, and who are looking to gain an understanding of the changes for 2014-15. Please note there is no charge for attending a seminar.
The established annual Vitae researcher development international conference is the largest dedicated event that brings together all those with a strategic and practical role in developing researchers.
Topics will include changes to HESES from previous years, examples to illustrate the changes, and an introduction to the updated HESES tables for 2014.
A briefing by the Higher Education Data and Information Improvement Programme (HEDIIP), which is funded by HEFCE and the other UK higher education funders.
This half-day event follows an invitation sent to institutions asking them to contribute to the Government’s new Science and Innovation Strategy.
Dr Steven Hill, Head of Research Policy, HEFCE, will be speaking at this Westminster Higher Education Forum event.
Sarah Howls, Head of Student Opportunity, HEFCE, will be speaking at this Westminster Briefing event.
This conference is aimed at people with a responsibility for running, delivering or transforming operational functions and professional services in universities.
Heather Fry, Director of Participation and Education, HEFCE will be speaking at this seminar.
Two events that form part of the consultation on HEFCE’s Sustainable Development Framework, which will run until 7 February 2014.