Are UK universities institutionally racist? Liz Bromley, Deputy Vice Chancellor of the University of Central Lancashire, reflects.
Jenny Jenkin is Registrar at the University of Bedfordshire. Here she reflects on the critical governance challenges posed by the new regulatory framework.
Nicola Owen, Chief Administrative Officer at Lancaster University and AHUA Blog Editor, reflects on HEFCE’s work and role as the sector bids the organisation farewell, and looks to the future under OfS.
Gary Attle, Partner and Head of Education & Governance at Mills & Reeve LLP, asks whether universities can retain their autonomy whilst also being held to greater account as a result of the Higher Education & Research Act.
There has been lots of talk in the media about tuition fees lately. Here, Professor Neil Marriott, Deputy Vice-Chancellor at the University of Winchester, corrects a vital misunderstanding.
Smita Jamdar is Partner and Head of Education at Shakespeare Martineau, AHUA’s national sponsor. Here, she explains the current inquiry into the UK’s higher education exports.
Ahead of their session at the AHUA Spring Conference 2018 in April, Diane Gilhooley, Partner and Head of Eversheds Sutherland’s UK and International Education Practice, discusses the headline issues currently affecting higher education.
Susie Hills is Joint CEO of Halpin Partnership, one of the sponsors of the AHUA Spring Conference 2018. Here she asks whether league tables help or hinder the development of a strong institutional strategy.
John Rushforth, Executive Secretary of the Committee of University Chairs (CUC), reflects on the draft remuneration code and asks where we go from here.
Charlotte Valeur, the Founder and Chair of Board Apprentice, is a leading authority on board governance. Here she explains an innovative new project to increase board diversity.