National Assembly Election for Wales
These are the results of the National Assembly Election for Wales on May 5 2016:
|Party||Constituency AMs||Regional AMs||Total|
|Welsh Labour||27 (-1)||2 (0)||29|
|Plaid Cymru||6 (+1)||6 (0)||12|
|Welsh Conservatives||6 (0)||5 (-3)||11|
|UKIP Wales||0 (0)||7 (+7)||7|
|Welsh Liberal Democrats||1 (0)||0 (-4)||1|
UK Parliament is expected to prorogue on the Thursday 12 May until the Queen’s Speech on Wednesday 18 May.
New Blog – “Wales’ Universities – a key agent for change for the next Welsh Government”
Event – British Council North Asia briefing
Universities Wales is working with IDP Education to provide a market briefing on China, Taiwan and Hong Kong on Monday 9 May in Cardiff. Mr Allen Jiang, IDP’s North Asia Director, will provide an overview on developments in the region, allowing time for Q&A and discussion. British Council Wales is kindly hosting the meeting, primarily targeted at University International Directors and Country Managers, at their offices on 1 Kingsway, Cardiff. For more information or to register, please contact Gwen Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- W16/14HE Quality Assessment Framework for Wales
HEFCW published its consultation on a draft framework for quality assessment in Wales on 26 April 2016: see here. The deadline for responses is 8 June 2016.
- W16/13HE Guidance on partnership arrangements
HEFCW published its final guidance on partnership arrangements in the context of the HE (Wales) Act 2016 on 25 April 2016: see here.