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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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QAA Good Practice Case Study Programme Spring 2018

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Do tariff points mean prizes?

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There’s always a lot of talk about the UCAS Tariff. But few people fully understand it. Ben Jordan at UCAS is one of them, and he takes us on a whistle-stop tour.

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By 2030, will universities ‘walk fast and alone – or walk far and together’?

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Countinuing our #HEfutures series – UCL’s Nicola Brewer highlights the role of higher education in bringing people together to solve common problems.

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Student employability – the silent revolution

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Ian Myson of the Chartered Management Institute (CMI) outlines how HE and employers are working together on employability.

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Small offices, big TVs, and the politics of the review

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Charles Heymann assesses the basis of the political decisions that have shaped the post-18 education and funding review.

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Cancer Challenge projects win £100k funding

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Digital apps for cancer patients to report symptoms move to phase 2 of the Cancer Innovation Challenge.

National Service for Students: a great idea for the post-18 review?

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One thing you probably won’t find in the post-18 review recommendations is a requirement that students are conscripted to work on the land during the summer months. Paul Greatrix has more.

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The major review of post-18 education

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Team Wonkhe set out the facts we have so far on the remit and personnel of the major review of post-18 education.

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