This circular requests indicative expressions of interest for Degree Apprenticeships in Digital, Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing for 2019/20. It also provides a consultation on our approach to the allocation of funding for Degree Apprenticeship provision in 2019/20.
This circular requests higher education providers to return aggregated student data to enable HEFCW to have early indications of student numbers; monitor recruitment of students covered by the fee and access plans; make estimates of tuition fee income; and monitor the intake to Centres of Teacher Education.
This document describes HEFCW’s part-time undergraduate fee waiver scheme and sets out the criteria students will need to meet in order to be eligible for a fee waiver under the scheme.
This circular announces arrangements for the 2019 National Student Survey (NSS), and the action required from institutions by Wednesday 28 November 2018. This includes: providing up to date institutional contact details; checking the sample list of students to be included in the survey (the “target list”) and providing students’ contact details.
Mae’r cylchlythyr hwn yn gofyn i sefydliadau addysg uwch a cholegau addysg bellach a gyllidir yn uniongyrchol ddarparu gwybodaeth am gyfran Astudiaethau Cymru mewn addysg uwch fel sail i lansiad Cymdeithas Ddysgedig Cymru i ddathlu a chefnogi Astudiaethau Cymru.
This consultation seeks views on proposals for adjustments to our current funding methods for teaching in 2019/20 and our proposed approach for further developing new funding methods in academic year 2020/21 and beyond.
This circular provides details of the basis on which Estates Capital funding for 2018/19 will be allocated to Higher Education Institutions in Wales, the information required prior to payment of the funding and our approach to monitoring.
This circular provides information on the Strategic Change Fund allocated in the academic year 2016/17. It outlines the distribution of funding to Universities by thematic areas and provides examples of outcomes achieved with this funding.
This circular introduces HEFCW’s guidance for: higher education (HE) providers applying for courses to be specifically designated for the support of students ordinarily domiciled in Wales; the monitoring of HE providers that currently have courses specifically designated for new entrants. This also includes the opportunity for existing providers to request designation of new courses or […]
This circular informs higher education providers of the higher education data used to calculate funding allocations; to monitor progress towards the Corporate Strategy targets; to monitor equality and diversity; for publication; for provision to Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol; for the HESA student record data quality analysis; to monitor part-time fee waivers and to inform policy.