Introducing the OfS’s new proposals on quality and standards
2 Aug 2021
2 Aug 2021
Data published today by the Higher Education Access Tracker (HEAT) collects all outreach activities in schools and further education colleges across England.
6 Oct 2021Blog post
As a student, how do you know whether the course you choose is good quality? Do you feel confident that your university or college will support you throughout your time there?
16 Sep 2021Blog post
The Office for Students' (OfS’s) Director for Fair Access and Participation, Chris Millward, and president of Universities UK, Professor Steve West, introduce new resources to support universities and colleges in their suicide prevention work.
10 Sep 2021Blog post
Today we are publishing detailed guidance which invites providers to bid for funding to develop short courses that offer prospective students greater choice in how they choose to study, with more flexible options to develop their skills.
25 Aug 2021Blog post
The Office for Students (OfS) is working with universities and employers so that improvements to access in higher education lead to opportunities in the workplace.
24 Aug 2021Blog post
As the OfS announces funding for 18 new projects to support student mental health, Chris Millward explains the programme priorities and how we are sharing effective practice in this important area.
17 Aug 2021Blog post
Postgraduate conversion courses in data science and AI are attracting people from a range of backgrounds to learn skills for new employment. University of Hull student Miranda Maimela reflects on why she chose the course.
16 Aug 2021Blog post
The Office for Students' (OfS) director of regulation Susan Lapworth introduces the next wave of proposed changes to initial and ongoing conditions of regulation
2 Aug 2021Blog post
As we develop our approach to regulating quality and standards, we’re making sure that protection extends beyond students studying in England, to those based overseas too.
28 Jul 2021Blog post
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