Access to higher education before, during and after the pandemic
2 Oct 2020
2 Oct 2020
Why are some white students left behind in relation to higher education participation, who are they and what help do they need?
26 Jan 2021Blog post
The Commission’s first annual report is a valuable resource for organisations involved in helping disabled students to succeed in higher education.
21 Jan 2021Blog post
What is the point of regulation? What do students and higher education providers want to see from the higher education regulator?
8 Dec 2020Blog post
Nick Holland, Competition and Registration Manager at the Office for Students introduces new proposals on poor quality courses.
2 Dec 2020Blog post
New data for artificial (AI) and data science postgraduate conversion courses shows greater diversity, including high admissions from Black students, women and disabled students.
30 Nov 2020Blog post
The OfS-funded Institute of Coding is finding that flexible, modular, digital skills education can improve diversity in learner cohorts and the tech workforce.
27 Nov 2020Blog post
When automobiles first entered the public consciousness around the start of the 20th century, they were often referred to as ‘horseless carriages’. At the time this made sense: the earliest cars looked very similar to carriages, and both were performing the same function of transporting you from A to B.
25 Nov 2020Blog post
The credibility and value of the qualifications awarded by higher education providers matters greatly to students, their families, employers and other stakeholders. And it matters too for the international reputation of the English higher education sector.
19 Nov 2020Blog post
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