“The ‘value’ of higher education is too important and multifaceted to reduce to mere metrics”
Quoted in Times Higher Education and in the Higher Education Policy Institute blog, UAL Vice-Chancellor Nigel Carrington reflects on the shortcomings of the Government’s narrow approach to measuring value in higher education.
British creative education comes first
UAL has risen to 2nd place for art and design in the QS World University Rankings 2019. To ensure British creative education continues to thrive, I call on the Government to re-invest in art and design teaching at secondary level, to guarantee our
Universities in creative places
Text of the keynote speech delivered by UAL V-C Nigel Carrington in a debate on universities as place-makers at the British Council SPARK Festival of Science & Creativity in Hong Kong on 19 January 2019.