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TEF 2019 results: four institutions receive lower rating

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The University of Law is one of four institutions to have seen its Teaching Excellence and Student Outcomes Framework rating downgraded this year.

The 2019 TEF results were published by the Office for Students on 19 June, and show that a total of 282 UK higher education providers now hold a TEF award: 76 have a gold award, 132 a silver, and 60 a bronze. Fourteen institutions received a “provisional” rating, meaning that they provided insufficient data for a full award to be granted.

Of those 282 awards, 204 are ratings from previous assessments that remain valid. Some 78 institutions were assessed for the 2019 results, 64 of which had held an award previously but were reassessed, and 14 providers that were applying for the first time.

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