Would you like to make a significant contribution to developing higher education policy in Wales? We are seeking the right individual to become our Director of Policy and Funding, playing a key role in HEFCW’s policy and funding programmes as part of our senior management team. More information on our vacancies page.
This week we welcomed the Jisc study into blended learning, which brings together contributions from across the HE sector, and highlights the ways in which institutions have capitalised on the opportunities presented by the pandemic to create a new digital vision for the future. When the pandemic hit in March, universities swiftly implemented a number […]
Commenting on the announcement that Rob Humphreys had been appointed as interim Chair of HEFCW’s Council for one year from 4 January 2021, Dr David Blaney, Chief Executive of HEFCW, said: “We very much welcome the appointment of Rob to the role of Interim Chair, which will reassure HEFCW with some stability and continuity as […]
Professor Helen Marshall and James Davies have been re-appointed as members of HEFCW’s Council for a five-year term from 1 December 2020.
While violence and abuse affects all people, women and girls are disproportionately more likely to encounter domestic abuse and sexual violence. The impact of violence against women, domestic abuse and sexual violence (VAWDASV) has far reaching consequences, including on those that experience it indirectly, such as children, family and friends. Our guidance on tackling VAWDASV […]
Student Space, the online mental health platform, has been extended to deliver support for students in Wales and in England until the end of the current academic year. Developed by Student Minds, the UK’s student mental health charity, to help students navigate support for mental health and well-being during the Covid-19 pandemic, Student Space complements […]