This guest blog on the Higher Education and Research Bill has been kindly contributed by Professor Graham Galbraith, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Portsmouth.
One of the central arguments for the Higher Education and Research Bill […]
This guest blog has been contributed by John Wrathmell and Simon Hughes of the Open University.
Choice is at the heart of the Government’s vision for higher education. Jo Johnson MP, as the Minister responsible, […]
This guest blog has been kindly written for us by Alex Proudfoot, Chief Executive of Independent Higher Education (IHE), which is ‘the UK membership organisation and national representative body for independent providers of higher education, professional […]
On the first day of the first full working week for President Trump (Monday, 23 January), the Higher Education Policy Institute is publishing a lecture by Martha Kanter, who was President Obama’s Under Secretary […]
Universities could lose students while gaining financially from Brexit, but any new restrictions on international students could cost the UK economy an additional £2 billion a year
Today (12 January), the Higher Education Policy Institute and Kaplan International publish the first detailed modelling on what Brexit and other global changes could mean for demand at UK universities from international students.
The research, […]
Nearly three-quarters of alternative providers will remain unregulated after the Higher Education and Research Bill becomes law
HEPI is today (5th January 2017) publishing a new report, Alternative providers of higher education: issues for policymakers (HEPI Report 90) by John Fielden and Robin Middlehurst.
The paper discusses the present state of higher education providers […]