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TEF results – making sense of the London effect

London’s non-specialist universities have struggled in TEF, and could have done even worse were it not for the panel’s discretion. Nona Buckley-Irvine asks why students seem to have a much poorer experience in the capital.

How to read: Michael Barber’s UUK speech

Sir Michael Barber

How do we interpret Sir Michael Barber’s first major speech in his new role as Chair of the Office for Students? David Kernohan has been quietly following Barber’s career, and he has a few thoughts.

Can TEF make waves in Scotland?

Only five Scottish universities chose to enter TEF this year, but there are signs that the exercise will have far greater effects than expected in Caledonia, suggests Alastair Robertson.

TEF results – Who moved up and who fell down?

Thirty six higher education institutions had their final TEF results changed from the ‘initial hypothesis’ suggested by the metrics. David Kernohan has picked apart who moved up and who moved down.

TEF results – How do REF and TEF results compare?

Which universities managed to excel at both the Teaching Excellence Framework and the Research Excellence Framework? David Morris revisits the theme of his first ever Wonkhe blog with a cool visualisation of the available data.

LIVE: TEF results day on Wonkhe

The results are out and the reaction is flooding in. We’ve got a whole day of analysis and comment on the TEF results, as well as insights from the underlying data.

TEF results – Do the prizes still glitter?

As TEF results are released, Mark Leach looks at the important staging post in the big debate about quality in UK higher education, and what the exercise might hold for the future.

TEF results – the sector spin machine gets whiring

UK universities have become world experts in spinning a good story on a ranking, and TEF is no different. Nona Buckley-Irvine has been digging through the Wonkhe inbox for the sector’s first reaction.

LEO shows how graduate pay has been squeezed

LEO data shows that, when adjusted for inflation, graduates’ pay packets are being significantly squeezed. Jonathan Boys has broken down the data.