11 November 2019
Louise Tweedie comments on the Office for Students value for money strategy 2019 to 2021 which was issued on 18 October 2019. Value for money will be measured through a number of high level proxies which (in the same way as the Teaching and Student Outcomes Framework may be a proxy for teaching excellence) may or may not be in the control of the higher education provider, and have a greater or lesser correlation to traditional concepts of value for money based on economy, efficiency and effectiveness. Click here to read Louise’s thoughts and consider potential impacts to the higher education sector.
30 October 2019
The higher education (HE) sector faces several uncertainties and inter-related risks which need to be managed. This is necessary, not only to protect the institution, but also to enable opportunities to be seized. RSM’s latest risk register analysis enables your institutions risk profile with that of others. This helps you to consider ‘how do our risks compare?’ and ‘are we missing any key risks?’
15 August 2019
Do today’s A-level results highlight a future income shortfall for the HE sector?
As the education sector welcomes its fifth Education Secretary in five years, what will this mean for the different elements of the sector?
05 December 2017
Following publication of the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF) outcomes we have undertaken analysis of provider submissions. Read the full report.
Louise works across the not for profit sector, with a specialism in education, delivering added value and assurance through internal audit and advisory work.