Let’s double the likelihood of someone from a poor background getting to higher education – but how?
There’s quite a bit of chatter here at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester about the Government’s commitment to double the proportion of people from the least well-off socio-economic groups that make it to […]
On Tuesday, 29th September 2015, HEPI co-hosted a roundtable discussion at the Labour Party Conference in Brighton. It focused on some new research exploring students’ views on applying to higher education, alternatives to higher […]
On Monday, 28th September 2015, HEPI’s Director, Nick Hillman, spoke at a Demos / Physiological Society fringe meeting on teaching in higher education at the Labour Party Conference in Brighton.
The sound file of his speech […]
HEPI has undertaken a small piece of desk research which reveals that 55 world leaders (Presidents, Prime Ministers and monarchs) from 51 countries attended higher-level education in the UK.
Nick Hillman, Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute […]
On Thursday, 3rd September 2015, the Higher Education Policy Institute publishes Keeping up with the Germans?: A comparison of student funding, internationalisation and research in UK and German universities (HEPI Report 77).
Nick Hillman, Director of the […]
On this morning’s BBC Radio 4 Today programme, Lord Norton of Louth, a Conservative member of the House of Lords, noted that one of his former students, Kevin Shinkwin, had been included in the 2015 […]