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Distinction and Diversity in Higher Education
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16 September

As the OECD highlights graduates lack basic skills, is it time to end the blame game?

It’s possible to be a graduate and not highly educated – that’s the apparent paradox coming out of the OECD’s report, Education at a Glance 2014. It finds, in England and Northern Ireland, only a quarter of university and college …

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29 August

Student engagement in smaller institutions

Alex Bols blog for The Student Engagement Partnership http://tsep.org.uk/2014/08/29/alex-bols-student-engagement-in-smaller-institutions/

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28 July

Goodbye Mr Gove

First published in HE from Research Fortnight Higher education is working out what it thinks about the departure of the two longest-serving Conservative education ministers of recent times. One was feared and the other was liked. Both were totemic. Gove …

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22 July

Going International – more than milking the cash cow?

Told time and again the value of International students is billions of pounds to the UK economy, that we are the number two destination in the world for foreign students, and that new lucrative markets are emerging, universities are frequently …