GuildHE is an officially recognised representative body for UK Higher Education. Our members include universities, university colleges, further education colleges and specialist institutions from both the traditional and private (“not for profit” and “for profit”) sectors. Member institutions include some major providers in professional subject areas including art, design and media, music and the performing arts; agriculture and food; education; business and law, the built environment; health and sports.
The strength of GuildHE in contrast with university “mission” groups is its position alongside UUK and the AoC as a formal representative body.
GuildHE works with
Interacting through high quality political intelligence and briefing; direct support; and through networks that allow members and their staff to share and gain from each other’s experience and to shape and influence national policy positions.
Interacting through consultation and joint work with members, their students, students’ unions and NUS to celebrate and promote student engagement in institutions.
Higher Education Sector
Interacting through governance, co-ownership, and co- regulation. GuildHE nominates member Vice Chancellors and Principals to the governing bodies of the QAA, HESA, AdvanceHE, the OIA, JISC, the Higher Education Careers Services Unit and UCEA.
Interacting through lobbying, research and policy influence; by developing collective policy positions in response to consultations; and through co-regulation and sector reform.
Working with partners in wider society to promote social, cultural, and economic benefits of a diverse higher education sector.
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