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Archive responses to consultations

  • HEFCW’s response to the Welsh Government’s Higher Education (Wales) Bill Technical Consultation.
  • The technical consultation covers:
  • • the introduction of a revised approach to the designation of higher education courses for the purpose of statutory student support;
  • • arrangements for the enforcement of tuition fee cap and fee plans;
  • • quality assessment of higher education provision; and
  • • financial and governance assurance.
  • Date:  July 2013
  • This circular: requests the submission of ITT strategies for the new Centres of Teacher Education; requests an ITT funding plan for Glyndŵr University; and presents the outcomes of the consultation on future arrangements for ITT strategies.
  • Date:  08 July 2009
  • Response by:  06 November 2009
  • Secondary Documents:  None
  • HEFCW’s response to Economic Development and Transport Committee’s review of science policy in Wales including three key ways that HEIs can contribute to the Assembly’s ambitions for science in Wales.
  • Date:  30 September 2005
  • HEFCW response to the outcomes of the Review of Business-University Collaboration.
  • Date:  03 March 2004
  • Response from the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales (HEFCW) to the consultation document, People, Places, Futures: The Wales Spatial Plan
  • Date:  19 February 2004
  • Response to Enterprise Insight Cymru regarinding the Youth Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Strategy.  This mentions Reaching Higher, the development of a more entrepreneurial outlook and culture, and the UK's graduate business start-ups.
  • Date:  25 April 2003
  • The HEFCW contribution to Lambert Review of Business-University Collaboration. The information is set out below in two sections. The first provides some general background information, and the second concentrates on the way that Wales’ separate funding regime has been utilised to support links between universities and business over the last decade.
  • Date:  9 April 2003
  • The Council discussed in February 2002 the report of the Education and Lifelong Learning Committee (ELLC) on its policy review of higher education. At its meeting on 15 March the Council considered the Welsh Assembly Government’s Strategy Statement entitled Reaching Higher: Higher Education and the Learning Country – A Strategy for the higher education sector in Wales’. This paper outlines the Council’s main conclusions, for elaboration in oral evidence on 20 March.
  • Date:  22 March 2002
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