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Quality: Strategy: Network

QSN is a membership organisation for staff with responsibility for quality strategy and management within UK higher education. It provides a forum for the discussion of key issues of quality management and enhancement, and organises an annual Conference and smaller, symposium events to discuss specific areas of interest.

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6th Jul 2018

Measuring what really matters: data-based approac ...

This Symposium will explore the ways in which we use data as quality practitioners is changing (including the way in which new data reporting tools such as Tableau and Power BI are being used to support quality assurance and enhancement), and provide ...
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13th Sep 2018 - 14th Sep 2018

QSN 13TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE: A REGULATED QUALITY F ...

The new regulatory framework for HE in England confirms that QAA has been designated to carry out the quality and assessment functions set out in the Higher Education and Research Act 2017 and we are eagerly awaiting the parameters within which QAA w ...
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Intake Targets for Medicine AY 2019-20

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Announcement of intake targets for the controlled subject of Medicine in universities for academic year 2019-20.

Access and Inclusion Committee – 26 February 2019

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Papers from the 40th meeting of the SFC Access and Inclusion Committee (AIC) meeting held on 26 February 2019.

Office for Students subscription fees rise again

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It’s Office for Student registration fee announcement day. Let David Kernohan be your guide.

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Letter from Australia: Three little words

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In her letter from Australia, Julie Hare argues that the status quo of who gets to use the title of “university” is up for serious debate.

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We need to talk about Data Futures

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Data Futures has been delayed for at least 12 months. David Kernohan asks why, and what next.

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Universities and their police forces: the beat goes on

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Paul Greatrix looks at the latest US and UK trends in on-campus policing.

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What could Brexit mean for widening participation?

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Nora Colton of UCL takes a look at the economics of what Brexit could mean for widening participation.

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£10.9m investment for innovation in Scottish construction sector

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New Investment to Support “Innovation Revolution” in Scottish Construction Sector.
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