Closing date extended to 30 April 2021. We have a minimum of two vacancies on the Research Wales Committee to bring an independent, external perspective to the
Professor Aaqil Ahmed and Professor Christine Ennew have been re-appointed as members of HEFCW’s Council for five-year terms from 7 April and 22 April respectively.
14 university-led proposals have been funded to maintain higher education jobs in teaching, research and student services, and to invest in projects to support the
The Research Wales Committee (RWC) advises Council on its strategies for research, innovation and engagement in Wales. The RWC produced Research and Innovation: the Vision
We are seeking candidates to appoint a member to our Quality Assessment Committee (QAC). Members must have experience of, or have shown capacity in, the
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
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
Tailored work experience for disabled students, virtual internships, and graduates mentoring students are just three ways in which universities are helping students to become more
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.
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