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Part 1 The Office for Students

Establishment of the Office for Students

The register of English higher education providers

Registration conditions

Mandatory registration conditions

Other registration conditions

Enforcement of ongoing registration conditions

Voluntary de-registration

Quality and standards

Access and participation

Student transfers

Powers to give financial support

Powers to grant degrees etc

Powers in relation to “university” title

Powers of entry and search

Information powers

Information duties

Financial sustainability

Efficiency studies etc

Funding of the OfS

Regulatory framework

Supplementary functions

Directions

Powers of Secretary of State to obtain information and advice

HEFCE and the DFA

Interpretation

Part 2 Other Education Measures

Financial support for students

Student complaints scheme

Deregulation of higher education corporations

Part 3 Research

Establishment of United Kingdom research and innovation

Research and innovation functions and role of the Councils

Strategies and strategic delivery plans

Funding and directions

General functions

Supplementary

Interpretation

Part 4 General

  • SCHEDULE 1 The Office for Students
  • SCHEDULE 2 The Fee Limit
  • SCHEDULE 3 Monetary Penalties: Procedure, Appeals and Recovery etc

SCHEDULE 4 Assessing Higher Education: Designated Body

  • Part 1 Designation
  • Part 2 Oversight by the OfS
  • Part 3 Interpretation
  • SCHEDULE 5 Powers of Entry and Search etc

SCHEDULE 6 English Higher Education Information: Designated Body

  • Part 1 Designation
  • Part 2 Oversight by the OfS
  • Part 3 Interpretation
  • SCHEDULE 7 Costs Recovery: Procedure, Appeals and Recovery etc
  • SCHEDULE 8 Higher Education Corporations in England
  • SCHEDULE 9 United Kingdom Research and Innovation
  • SCHEDULE 10 Transfer Schemes
  • SCHEDULE 11 Minor and Consequential Amendments Relating to Part 1
  • SCHEDULE 12 Minor and Consequential Amendments Relating to Part 3