Holding higher education qualifications helps people to find employment according to the report.
What does HEQ stand for?
HEQ stands for Higher Education Qualifications (UK)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 5 other meanings of HEQ in our Acronym Attic
- Hamster Egg Penetration Test (fertility)
- High Energy Plasma Thrower (X3: Reunion; video game)
- High Event Product Tour
- Hybrid Extreme Point Tabu Search (algorithm)
- Higher Education Policy Unit (University of Leeds; UK)
- Hydraulic-Electric Power Unit (mobile robots)
- Hierarchical Encoded Path View
- Health Education Quarterly
- High End Quartz (watches)
- High Environmental Quality (environmental management)
- Hispanic Executive Quarterly (publication)
- Histogram Equalization (speech recognition)
- History of Education Quarterly
- HoofBeats Equitation Association
- Higher Education Quality Assessment Council (Estonia)
- Higher Education Quality Committee (South Africa)
- Higher Education Quality Council
- Higher Education Quality Council of Ontario (Canada)
- Higher Education: Quality and Employability (UK)
- Higher Education Quality Evaluation Centre (Riga, Latvia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
But the issue is and always will be freedom of choice of the student to learn the language: higher education qualifications and not the ability to speak Welsh is what top drawer employers are looking for.
The college recruits around 5,000 full time students onto vocational courses every year, offers higher education qualifications and uns part time courses for adults.
It holds the most voters on incapacity benefit or disability allowance, and the fewest with higher education qualifications.
In addition, adults who have not in the past had the opportunity to gain higher education qualifications will have access to courses on their doorstep.
1 million native-born Britons with higher education qualifications now live overseas.
Byline: TOM WAREING Dear Editor, given an area of social deprivation, when a local learning and skills profile reveals that eight per cent of the adult population possess higher education qualifications and that includes Mickey Mouse certificates for courses that no one fails, with no fewer than 50 per cent or so of children with Special Education Needs, then to any average imbecile such a pattern would not expect high academic results.
There are also Higher National Certificates (HNCs) and Diplomas (HNDs), which are higher education qualifications, similar to degrees.