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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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Salmon and trout producers unite

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Scotland’s leading salmon and trout producers have united in the battle against sea lice.

Universities – locally rooted but globally connected

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Local impact and global reach are sometimes seen as mutually exclusive, but – as Andrew George explains – one can often support the other.

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Let’s talk about university readiness, not just widening participation

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Richard Eyre of the Brilliant Club argues that the UK should start talking about ‘university readiness’.

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Access and Inclusion Committee – 21 November 2017

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Papers from the 36th meeting of the Access and Inclusion Committee.

QAA film: Higher Education, a Global Brand

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22/11/2017

UAE chooses QAA to advise on HE quality assurance

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22/11/2017

Financial forecasts reveal the choices ahead for universities

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Tom Bailey takes a look into the world of sector financial forecasts, and finds evidence of “historic pessimism”. But what comes next?

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Will smaller specialist universities drive place-based industrial strategy?

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The role of smaller specialist universities in their local area is very different from that of an “anchor institution”. Ahead of a presentation at the GuildHE conference, David Marlow looks at the case of Plymouth College of Art.

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