Why HEI-led teacher education is of the highest quality: UCU view Update on ESOL HE Funding FE Funding ‘The Vandals are at the Gates: Defending HE and research in a time of crisis’ – Education International conference report New grant … Continue reading →
Students at the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), London, have today taken over the Brunei Gallery, a central college building, in protest at the Coalition government’s plans to impose £4.3bn cuts to higher education.
SOAS is predicted to face 100% cuts to its teaching budget as it specialises in languages and humanities subjects.
Following a mass meeting of the Students’ Union last week, which voted to support occupations at the college, protestors gathered on campus at Monday lunchtime.
The Brunei Gallery was taken over shortly after by cheering students. Continue reading →
Implications of Report of Browne Review of HE funding and Student Finance, Government Comprehensive Spending Review and Government announcement on Browne implementation for the future of higher education in the UK www.ucu.org.uk/circ/UCUHE76.pdf
UCU and NUS (National Union of Students) are jointly organising a national demo, ‘Fund Our Future: Stop Education Cuts’ on Wednesday 10 November 2010, in central London. The demo is part of our strategy to influence the Coalition Government. NUS and … Continue reading →
HE news, no.27, Oct 10 (.pdf) [113kb] National Dispute with Employers – update USS Pension Review Browne Review of HE funding Joint UCU-NUS National DemonstrationQAA Institutional Review Performance Management Health Educators Teacher Educators UCU Environmental Conference Equality Conferences Annual Meetings … Continue reading →