The allocation demonstrates a more strategic approach to the overall enhancement of learning and teaching. It acknowledges that funding for improving retention is used to support the learning of all students and that improving retention is often achieved through enhancing the student experience.
Our consultation on future support for teaching enhancement and widening participation sets out what we proposed.
Funding for teaching enhancement and student success is broken down into three sections.
When we developed these changes to the teaching funding method, we formally assessed their impact on the HE sector in terms of regulatory burden, equality and diversity, and sustainable development.
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