New OfS analysis finds university finances in good order
25 Jun 2021
25 Jun 2021
The Office for Students (OfS) has confirmed today that it will launch a new Challenge Competition to fund innovative projects delivering short courses in higher education – forming part of the government’s approach to delivering its new Lifelong Learning Entitlement.
21 Jul 2021Our news
The Office for Students (OfS) is consulting on new regulation to protect quality and standards in higher education in England. The new requirements will allow the OfS to intervene more frequently in universities and colleges where courses fall below expectations and require improvement.
20 Jul 2021Press release
More university and college students have concerns about their educational experience this year compared to last year, results from this year’s National Student Survey (NSS) show today – the survey highlighting particular issues around the availability of learning resources.
15 Jul 2021Press release
The Office for Students (OfS) has set out how it will calculate a monetary penalty when it decides to impose a penalty on a university or college.
8 Jul 2021Our news
New analysis for the Office for Students (OfS) finds that the finances of universities and other higher education providers remain in broadly good order, despite the continuing impact of the pandemic and a range of other issues.
25 Jun 2021Our news
Office for Students (OfS) chief executive, Nicola Dandridge, has responded to the HEPI Student Academic Experience Survey 2020-21 ahead of her speech to the HEPI annual conference later today.
24 Jun 2021Press release
The Office for Students (OfS) has today launched a review of the use of ‘inclusive’ assessment practices that disregard poor spelling, punctuation and grammar when students’ work is assessed. The review is part of a range of activities to drive up the quality of higher education courses and ensure that standards are maintained.
23 Jun 2021Our news
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