The autonomy of universities and colleges is vital - but not absolute, explains Susan Lapworth. This and other tensions must be carefully balanced as the OfS regulates in students’ interests.
26 Oct 2018Blog post
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Higher education can open the door to a variety of important and rewarding specialist healthcare roles, but these opportunities are not always well understood.
25 Oct 2018Blog post
As National Hate Crime Awareness Week begins, Yvonne Hawkins explains how the Office for Students is working with universities and colleges, students and others to eradicate hate crime on campus.
15 Oct 2018Blog post
Students need to take up every opportunity available to them during their time in higher education to help improve their employability and get a rewarding job.
17 Sep 2018Blog post
The Office for Students (OfS) has launched a consultation which will see a major shake-up of the way we regulate access and participation.
12 Sep 2018Blog post
The Office for Students (OfS) is looking for a diverse range of higher education providers from across the UK to take part in the Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework (TEF) subject pilot exercise in 2018-19. Also assessment panel roles are available for students, academics and representatives of employers or professional, statutory and regulatory bodies.
3 Sep 2018Our news
With almost half of top UK firms introducing questions about candidates’ education, free school meals and parents’ jobs in their recruitment processes, it is clear that employers are changing the way they recruit. Universities must adapt to continue to collaborate effectively.
9 Aug 2018Blog post
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