This circular outlines the fee grant capping arrangements that will be put in place from 2013/14, based on a total tuition fee grant maximum per institution, and the penalties associated with exceeding this maximum.
This circular provides guidance for internal auditors to use in their annual internal audit of HE data systems and processes.
This circular requires institutions to provide information for use in the calculation of funds for research 2013/14.
This circular requests higher education institutions and further education institutions with directly funded higher education to respond to a survey of provision in Welsh Studies.
This circular aims to address a task in HEFCW’s 2012-13 remit letter from the Welsh Government. Institutions are asked to provide multiple case studies to HEFCW on how the student voice contributes to governance in their institutional context by 31 January 2013.
This circular requests institutions to submit their annual Transparent Approach to Costing (TRAC) Return for 2011/12.
This circular gives the initial teacher training intake targets for the sector for 2013/14.
This circular requests institutions to return aggregated student data to enable HEFCW to make allocations of funds for teaching; have early indications of student numbers; monitor recruitment against the maximum student number; make estimations of fee grant costs; monitor medicine, dentistry and teacher training provision; and model funding options for ERASMUS and other year abroad […]
This circular provides information on the plans for the 2013 National Student Survey (NSS). It also provides further information about outcomes from earlier surveys and general features of the survey. Institutions should review their NSS contact details and provide contact details for students to Ipsos MORI by 23 November 2012.
This circular sets out the procedure, timescale, and assessment criteria that will enable higher education institutions to submit capital investment proposals to the Department for Education and Skills. Approved projects will be supported by funding of up to 50% of the capital cost of the project.