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Alongside the release of a major new UUK report, Alistair Jarvis argues that it is time to make more noise about the opportunities that degree apprenticeships can offer.

The post It’s time to supercharge degree apprenticeships appeared first on Wonkhe.

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What has purpose built accommodation got to do with student welfare? Jenny Shaw on a new guide on the role of private accommodation

The post What has purpose built accommodation got to do with student welfare? appeared first on Wonkhe.

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In 2015 projects were awarded funding to test measures of learning gain. David Kernohan asks what we've gained from the pilots.

The post What did we gain from learning gain? appeared first on Wonkhe.

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The rankings never end on Registrarism. Paul Greatrix brings good news if you're into clubbing, kebabs or tortoise racing

The post Clubbing, kebabs and tortoise racing: some tasty new uni rankings appeared first on Wonkhe.

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Iain Mansfield puts forward a cap and trade system for limiting student numbers in higher education, as an alternative to either a DDD threshold or individual caps once rumoured to be in the Augar review.

The post Would a cap and trade mechanism control student numbers? appeared first on Wonkhe.

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What are the barriers to accessing external opportunities for pupils to learn about university? Richard Eyre plunges into the issues.

The post Fair access to fair access: teachers speak candidly appeared first on Wonkhe.

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On our final podcast of the season we dive into DfE's review of higher technical, and the results of a review into the Warwick WhatsApp issue

The post Higher technical, Warwick, clearing appeared first on Wonkhe.

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Alex Leigh hopes that delays to Data Futures don't set back the cause of better data collection.

The post Data delays shouldn’t mean data disorganisation appeared first on Wonkhe.

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Vice chancellor Stuart Croft reflects on lessons learned from the Warwick group chat affair, and pledges action to reform.

The post The University of Warwick will learn from our mistakes appeared first on Wonkhe.

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Sol Gamsu and Richard Hall argue that sector policy making would benefit from a dose of democracy.

The post Better policymaking needs democracy appeared first on Wonkhe.

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