Higher Education Wales, which represents the nation's vice-chancellors, said the sector was "punching above its weight" in terms of attracting international students and winning research grants.
What does HEW stand for?
HEW stands for Higher Education Wales
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Higher Education Wales, the body which represents universities, said: "Within Wales there is clearly a range of results - the percentage of firsts and upper seconds at Cardiff, for instance, was 74% for 2011-12.
This is why the CBI has signed up to a landmark agreement on skills and employability for Wales, along with Higher Education Wales, the Higher Education Funding Council for Wales and the National Union of Students Wales, aimed at increasing the employment of graduates from our Welsh universities.
Student body NUS Wales, Higher Education Wales, CBI Wales and university funding council Hefcw have signed an agreement to support good quality jobs growth.
He said: "I am keen to continue the excellent work that Higher Education Wales has carried out over a particularly turbulent period.
In its place the review proposes "clusters" of institutions in different parts of the country - principally a research cluster centred on Cardiff University and the college of medicine and a teaching-led cluster based on the University of Glamorgan - an idea put forward by Higher Education Wales which represents the vice-chancellors.
According to Higher Education Wales (HEW), the grouping of vice-chancellors, real progress has been made in the region through radical policies o enhance research, innovation and high-level skills.
The collaboration agenda has received considerable support - not least from university representative body Higher Education Wales - and is designed to make the sector more sustainable.