Charlie Leyland, HEFCE Higher Education Policy Adviser, will be speaking at this event run by Open Forum Events
Madeleine Atkins, HEFCE Chief Executive will be giving a keynote address at this Westminster Higher Education Forum seminar.
The meeting offers an opportunity to learn more about recent HEFCE developments, and provides a forum for questions.
A consultation event on the review of information about higher education, jointly run by the four UK higher education funding bodies.
Charlie Leyland and Ross Hudson, HEFCE Higher Education Policy Advisers, will be speaking at this Inside Government forum.
Alice Frost, Head of Knowledge Exchange, Subjects and Skills, HEFCE will be delivering a keynote address at this Westminster Higher Education Forum seminar.
HEFCE and the National Coordinating Centre for Public Engagement (NCCPE) held a warm-up event to set out plans for an intensive workshop, or ‘sandpit’, in social innovation to be held in the New Year.
Dr Pam Macpherson Barrett, HEFCE Higher Education Policy Advisor, will be speaking at this Westminster Higher Education Forum seminar.
Sarbani Banerjee, HEFCE's Senior Policy Adviser in the learning and teaching team, will be speaking at this Westminster Higher Education Forum seminar.
The TRAC Development Group (TDG) conference for TRAC practitioners took place on the 14 October at the Grand Connaught Rooms, London.
Topics included changes to the HESES survey and verification from previous years, examples to illustrate the changes, and an introduction to the updated HESES tables for 2015.
These events will provide an opportunity to explore the proposals set out in the consultation on future approaches to quality assessment in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
David Sweeney, HEFCE Director, Research, Education and Knowledge Exchange, will be speaking at this conference held by The Culture Capital Exchange.
A half-day event for senior decision makers from across the higher education and research system to debate the review’s findings, and consider how these can be taken forward.
Kevin Richardson, HEFCE Local Growth Expert Adviser, will be speaking at this Westminster Higher Education Forum seminar.
This event was designed for further education colleges (FECs) in the Midlands and South region. It looked at opportunities for colleges in higher education after the general election.
Heather Fry, HEFCE Director (Regulation and Assurance) will be delivering a keynote address at this Westminster Higher Education Forum seminar.
Chris Millward, HEFCE Director of Research, Education and Knowledge Exchange, will be delivering a keynote address at this Inside Government event.
Dr Ellie Clewlow, HEFCE Head of Learning and Teaching, will be speaking at this Westminster Higher Education Forum seminar.
John Lea, Director of the HEFCE Catalyst Fund Scholarship Project, will be speaking at this Association of Colleges conference.
This event was designed to help delegates from publicly funded colleges on key regulatory, funding and policy issues for HEFCE-funded colleges.
This event is designed for higher education institutions, further education colleges, and other stakeholders in the London and East region with an interest in higher level and degree apprenticeships.
Peter Seddon, HEFCE Senior Policy Adviser, Knowledge Exchange & Skills Policy, will speak at this Westminster Employment Forum seminar.
Chris Millward, HEFCE Director (Policy), is speaking at this Association of Colleges and Action on Access event
We held a quality assessment review plenary session at which we discussed sector responses to the discussion document and roundtable events.
Dr Steven Hill, HEFCE Head of Research Policy, will be speaking at this Westminster Higher Education Forum event.
We are holding a quality assessment review plenary session at which we will discuss sector responses to the discussion document and roundtable events.
This event was designed to follow up initial research undertaken by HEFCE into Higher Education Institutions’ relationships with academies, university technical colleges (UTCs) and free schools.
A conference with a range of English and international speakers to explore and debate different conceptions and measures of learning gain. Learning gain is the difference between the skills demonstrated by students at two points in time.
The conference is an invitation-only event for heads of higher education providers in England and representatives of HE stakeholder organisations.
A one-day workshop hosted by the University of Warwick, as part of the independent review of the role of metrics in research assessment.