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  • 14 December Online starts at 10.30 and finishes at 12:30.

    Supporting learners’ digital identity and wellbeing

    Supporting learners’ digital identity and wellbeing is a key driver for organisations who want to prepare their learners for the digital workplace. This online workshop will equip participants with an understanding of the issues learners face when developing digital identities

    Further details can be found here:
    https://www.jisc.ac.uk/training/supporting-learners-digital-identity-and-wellbeing

  • 21 Feb 2018, 09:30 - 16:30

    UUK Degree apprenticeships: making the most of the opportunities 21 Feb 18

    20 Tavistock Square
    London
    WC1H 9HQ

    Update on the latest developments in Degree Apprenticeships

    Further details can be found here:
    http://www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/events/Pages/degree-apprenticeships-2018.aspx

  • 09 December 2017

    The higher education market—National Audit Office Only 32% of higher education students consider their course offers value for money, and competition between providers to drive improvements on price and quality has yet to prove effective! More »

  • 28 November 2017

    Higher level (4 and 5) Technical Education and Institutes of Technology DfE speakers Elisabeth Cuthbertson, Deputy Director,Skills Provider Base and Ian Caplan, Deputy Director, Skills Strategy & Adult Education Policy provided a presentation at the recent AOC conference see link below More »

  • 17 November 2017

    It is time to tackle the part-time crisis HEPI leads the debate about the collapse in part-time higher education – and what to do about it – by the Vice-Chancellor of the UK’s largest university. Fixing the broken market in part-time study: Open University says part-time students ‘learning while earning’ needs direct funding A new report, Fixing the Broken Market in Part-Time Study, by The Open University, published on the website of the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI), says the collapse in part-time higher education is a symptom of a broken market. More »

  • 16 December 2013

    Wecome to MEG Thinkpiece 15 minutes to spare, cup of coffee close by? Then time to read, reflect and add to the Thinkpiece debate! Write to us with your views and your Thinkpiece may join others on our website. As a start, we publish three articles written by leading figures in college-based HE. John Widdowson, the Chair of the Mixed Economy Group of colleges, explores how we might fill the Polytechnic hole. Marina Parha, Vice Principal of The Manchester college, seeks a true calling for vocational HE and Sarah Shobrook, the Director of HE at Truro and Penwith suggests that the term Vocational HE has had its day! More »