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    HE Commission launches fifth inquiry report

    The Higher Education Commission released its fifth inquiry report, One Size Won't Fit All: The Challenges Facing the Office for Students, in Parliament.

    The report launched in Parliament on Thursday 14th September and followed a ten month inquiry co-chaired by Lord Norton of Louth and Professor Joy Carter.

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    Policy Connect & Higher Education Commission to launch fifth inquiry report with Shadow Minister, Gordon Marsden MP

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    Higher Education Commission calls for evidence on innovation in alternative higher education models

    The Higher Education Commission is very pleased to officially call for evidence for its latest inquiry into innovation in alternative models of HE provision.

    The inquiry aims to capture, in detail, the best alternative models operating across the spectrum of HEIs and we hope to shape the debate around the future of higher education and influence policy and practice in the coming years.

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    HEC delighted by HESA announcement

    The Higher Education Commission (HEC) has expressed its support for the Higher Education Statistics Agency (HESA)’s announcement that it has made another step towards developing its central data collection. HESA has put out a call for a partner in its Data Futures Programme as part of its move towards modernising the use of data in the sector.

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    New Inquiry Launched

    The Higher Education Commission launches its fifth inquiry, which aims to investigate innovation in alternative models of delivering Higher Education. 

    The six-month inquiry is chaired by Lord Norton of Louth and Professor Joy Carter, Vice Chancellor of the University of Winchester. The inquiry’s final report will be launched in June 2017 and will make a series of key recommendations designed to promote good practice within the sector.

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The Higher Education Commission is an independent body made up of leaders from the education sector, the business community and the three major political parties. The Commission examines higher education policy, holds evidence-based inquiries, and produces written reports with recommendations for policymakers.