This guidance sets out the monitoring process for providers that had courses specifically designated for student support in Wales for new entrants in 2020/21. This guidance provides information on HEFCW monitoring processes to ensure providers comply with Welsh Government requirements for specific designation, assuring Welsh Government that designation can continue from 2021/22.
Audit and Risk Assurance Committee remit
National measures 2018/19 – summary
HEFCW Organisation Chart
Embedding Skills and Employability: University of South Wales case study (Emma Adamson, Director of Learning Services, University of South Wales) Presentation at HEFCW Annual Public Meeting on 10 December 2020
This circular provides a consultation on HEFCW’s role as Educational Oversight body for regulated higher education providers in Wales and alternative providers that have courses specifically designated for student support in Wales. Responses are requested by 29 January 2021.
Introduction at HEFCW public meeting, 10 December 2020
HEFCW response to the draft Tertiary Education and Research (Wales) Bill
This circular provides details of 2020-21 allocations for institutions qualifying to receive Higher Education Research Capital funding. This circular is a revised version of W20/17HE (issued 18 June 2020). It provides details of additional allocations made available by the UK Government in response to COVID-19. To note: reporting requirements have been amended to account for […]