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Contract terms bring criticism of funding council, but it defends ‘normal commercial practice’
Theresa May said to want UK-wide quality system retained to protect overseas recruitment licence checks
University boards need the right skills if they are to ask the right questions, says Gill Evans
A UK-wide, co-regulatory system is pitched by the QAA at its annual conference while Hefce focuses on changes needed for England's market regime
Hefce's new standards regime will enable universities to focus on what matters to students, says Susan Lapworth
Involving companies in quality assurance described as ‘logical next step’
Breaking up the quality assurance system would ruin the global reputation of UK higher education, Aldwyn Cooper warns
Revised proposals may not lighten the burden on institutions, warns vice-chancellor
Funding council also plans to register itself as England’s official quality body
Countries make a commitment to deepen partnership in quality assurance for transnational education
The outgoing independent adjudicator talks to THE about eight years at the OIA and the future of sector regulation
Critics warn against giving quality work to outsourcing companies
Agencies could also be well placed to collaborate on monitoring higher education standards
Decision has rekindled row over universities’ role in validating HE courses in FE
Third of country’s higher education institutions were closed in 2014 after criticism of standards
The most popular higher education articles of the year, based on website traffic
Higher Education Funding Council for England says proposals will be reviewed but wins broad support for principles
Durham pro vice-chancellor warns that institutions would be forced to challenge a worse-than-expected judgement
King’s College London research finds that ability of metrics to predict problems in higher education providers is ‘extremely limited’
Involvement in global quality assurance is crucial to signing up more overseas students, says Fiona Crozier