Monday Morning HE Briefing
Everything going on in and around UK higher education digested, analysed and explained by our team of wonks – direct to your inbox.
A daily email briefing service about UK HE – sent directly to your inbox before work every day.
The Daily sets the day’s HE agenda. What’s going on, why it’s happening and everything you need to know about it – at a glance. Produced by our team of HE wonks, the Daily is well-informed, analytical and easy to read. It will help you and your colleagues stay ahead of the hectic HE policy and news agenda.
The Daily also draws together the most important events from across the sector that you need to know about, key reports and publications, parliamentary activity (including devolved assemblies) and the latest from the rumour mill since the previous edition.
“The Wonkhe Daily is as fortifying as a bowl of porridge: full of goodness, it sets you up for the day. With clockwork regularity, it sets out the day’s agenda. Like daily porridge, you know you shouldn’t be without it.” – Professor Chris Husbands, Vice Chancellor, Sheffield Hallam University
Inside universities: policy advisers, public affairs professionals, senior leaders, planners, marketing & communications, students’ unions officers and staff and other assorted HE wonks.
Outside universities: sector agencies, mission groups, civil servants, politicians, trade unions, businesses that work with universities and everyone else with a major stake in current HE policy developments.
“The Wonkhe Daily is the one thing that I make sure I read every single day. It’s a short, astute, and often amusing guide to everything that’s going on in and around HE – essential reading.” – Professor Alistair Fitt, Vice Chancellor, Oxford Brookes University
“The Wonkhe Daily often helps with our thinking for the short and longer term – and on occasion provides some levity to the complex and sometimes incoherent world of higher education.” – Professor Julie Lydon, Vice Chancellor, University of South Wales
We are testing a daily email briefing service in collaboration with the National Union of Students. If you are a full time staff or officer in an NUS-affiliated students’ union, please click here to see if you are eligible for this service.
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“The Wonkhe Daily has rapidly become essential reading for higher education leaders.” – Professor Tom Ward, Deputy Vice Chancellor, Student Education, University of Leeds
If you’d like to subscribe or test the service over 30 days for free, email firstname.lastname@example.org
Once you’ve subscribed, you provide us with a list of colleagues from inside your organisation to receive the service and we will send the Daily to them directly.
“The Wonkhe Daily is now the first email I look at in the morning. It unfailingly puts on my radar the key issues in HE and in the day’s press that I need to be aware of.” – Mary Curnock Cook, former CEO, UCAS
“Wonkhe’s daily briefing has become required reading for my team – there’s no better insight into HE policy and the sector’s response. It’s more analytical than traditional sources of sector news.” – Matthew Robb, Managing Director, Parthenon EY
I am having issues receiving the Wonkhe Daily.
Please follow this guide and get in touch if you’re still having problems.
When is the Daily email sent?
Tuesday – Friday before work (excluding public holidays, summer Parliamentary recess and a very small number of other exceptions). The Monday Morning HE Briefing is sent to all subscribers at the same time every Monday.
How many people in my organisation can receive the email per subscription?
We are likely to be able to accommodate as many people as you need but we may need to impose an upper limit in some cases. We can discuss your individual needs if you are interested in taking out a subscription for your organisation.
Can others from outside my organisation be part of my subscription?
No – everyone on your list must be from @youruniversity.ac.uk.
I work in an organisation hosted by/connected with in some way a university, am I entitled to use their subscription?
No, you will need to take out your own separate subscription.
Can I set an auto-forward rule to colleagues inside or outside my organisation?