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Single focus access regulation must be retained: OFFA’s response to higher education Green Paper

Les Ebdon: crucial to support part-time higher education

OFFA comment on BIS Green Paper

OFFA comment on HEPI report on part-time higher education

OFFA comment on Which? audit of online information for students

HEFCE report on graduate employment and postgraduate study rates – OFFA comment

OFFA welcome UCAS analysis note on offer rates

New HEFCE report shows importance of supporting disadvantaged students through their studies – OFFA

Students from disadvantaged backgrounds missing out on postgraduate study – OFFA comment on analysis of Postgraduate Support Scheme

Higher education initial participation rate – OFFA comment

OFFA responds to destinations survey of 2011 graduates

A level results: OFFA welcomes 4 per cent increase in university entrants from disadvantaged backgrounds

OFFA comment on HEFCE’s student opportunity reports

Comment on reduction in HEFCE’s Student Opportunity funding

Access agreement decisions for 2016-17: universities set themselves stretching new targets

OFFA comment on switch from maintenance grants to loans

OFFA tells selective universities: harness your research expertise to help access

Comment on Jo Johnson’s speech and reappointment of Director of Fair Access to Higher Education

OFFA comment on SMCP Commission report

OFFA appoints team led by Sheffield Hallam University to research the impact of financial support

Access agreement monitoring tells a national success story, says OFFA

OFFA comments on HESA performance indicators for 2013-14

OFFA publishes new strategic plan

OFFA welcomes new HEFCE business plan

OFFA comment on UCAS January 2015 figures: “We cannot be complacent”

Action on part-time decline ‘must be a priority’ – OFFA

National Networks for Collaborative Outreach: OFFA comment