How will regulation be tied to funding in future?
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A new government green paper has proposed a raft of reforms for regulating higher education.
Don’t leave university without acquiring some knowledge.
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The proposal for a Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) announced by universities and science minister Jo Johnson in early July that would recognise “excellent teaching” and “make good teaching better…
Resistance against the higher education reforms appears to have led to the scrapping of the Future Fellowships scheme.
The Future Fellowships scheme is a great success. Scrapping it would hurt Australia’s future as a smart nation.
Research institutes are important economic contributors to their host cities. The University of Queensland is just across the river from the city of Brisbane.
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Scrapping the ARC Future Fellowships scheme would have a significant impact on the Australian research community, with knock-on effects for innovation, the economy, and society at large.
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A committee of MPs has launched a scathing attack on the way students at alternative higher education providers have been funded.
Fees for nothing.
Although the independent higher education sector is small in England, it is growing – and gaining some negative publicity along the way. Without primary legislation to more effectively regulate the newly…