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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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12th Annual Conference: A Better Quality Future - PLEASE NOTE CONFERENCE IS NOW FULLY BOOKED

The transformation of the quality management landscape is proceeding with great rapidity. These changes have radically altered the quality world and our conference will provide sessions that will support us in engaging with all of them. To help set the scene and spark discussions, we will be joined by Gordon McKenzie, GuildHE CEO, and Ant Bagshaw and Sue Rivers from Wonkhe.

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FES Guidance 2018-19

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Guidance notes and code lists for completion of FES 1, FES 2, FES 3 and FES 4 course/programme data for academic year 2018-19.

Hull: a city and a university raising its head

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In Hull, Louis Coiffait finds a university and a city raising its head.

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A gamekeeper turned poacher reflects on the step-change to statutory regulation

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Experienced regulator Isabel Nisbet says that the move to statutory regulation will require new thinking from institutions

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HE Acronymophilia

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How well do you know your UK HE acronyms. In a quiz that redefines niche Paul Greatrix asks you to prove your wonkish knowledge

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LEO and its limitations for learners

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Celia Hunt of HEFCW explains the limitations of LEO data and cautions against its use by prospective students choosing between higher education providers.

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Universities can now be a model of capable change

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Ian Anderson shares a UCISA map of every system you need to be an effective UK HE institution.

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Communicating the university-to-work transition to students

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Stephen Isherwood of the Institute of Student Employers explains what employers really want from graduates

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Death by no higher education

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Nora Ann Coulton looks at evidence from HE “cold spots” to explore whether there is a link between higher education and life expectancy.

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