This Westminster Forum Project seminar will discuss the possible composition of TEF subject-level pilots, the potential challenges of delivery and its impact on ratings.
The meeting offers an opportunity for Chairs of Governing bodies from universities, colleges and higher education providers in the private sector to learn more about recent HEFCE developments, and provides a forum for questions.
The conference is an invitation-only event for heads of higher education providers in England and representatives of HE stakeholder organisations.
The subject of this briefing event is the call for submissions under the expansion of undergraduate medical education to allocate 1,000 additional medical student places.
This conference will assess the changing landscape of postgraduate education and discuss future priorities for policy. Chris Millward, HEFCE's Director (Policy), will give a keynote address at this Westminster Forum event.
This series of events are intended for HE Providers to receive further advice and guidance ahead of the 1st December annual report submissions.
The four UK HE funding bodies held two events to seek early views from the sector on aspects of a national feedback survey for taught postgraduate students.
These seminars are intended for people who will be completing HEIFES17, those responsible for verifying the data, and people looking to gain an understanding of the changes for 2017-18. There is no charge for attending a seminar.
Coming part way through the first year of the programme, the conference will provide a chance for those involved with NCOP at a national and local level to explore what successful change looks like.
This workshop is a beginners’ session for people who will be completing HESES for the first time in 2017-18, or those who need a back-to-basics introduction.
This Westminster Forum Projects conference will focus on how universities can best support students and graduates to start their own businesses and scale them up.
This event was the first meeting of the 17 successful projects funded under the Catalyst Fund: Addressing barriers to student success programme.
The Leadership Foundation and Women on Boards UK have organised five national Women onto Boards receptions.
This event will provide an opportunity for colleagues to reflect with their peers on some of the emerging questions in the developing area of degree apprenticeships.
An opportunity to hear from the HEFCE policy team and ask questions about the Institute of Coding competition.
This Westminster Forum Projects event will bring out the latest thinking and initiatives to improve graduate employment outcomes.
This seminar from the Leadership Foundation will support governing bodies in meeting their assurance roles in regards to the Prevent duty.
Sarah Howls, HEFCE's Head of Student Opportunity, is speaking at this Westminster Higher Education Forum event.
This event marked the launch of the National Collaborative Outreach Programme.
Events to outline the key questions and proposals of the consultation on the second Research Excellence Framework.
The event gave providers more details on the Annual Provider Review (APR) process and other projects supporting the revised operating model.