We have worked closely with, Megan Dunn, the outgoing President of the National Union of Students (NUS), who is a great advocate for students. But today’s media is full of stories resulting from the […]
‘If anyone can contextualise unsettling findings, it is those who work with new knowledge inside universities’
This blog post on the new research by the Institute for Fiscal Studies on graduate earnings first appeared on 13th April 2016 on HE from Research Professional.
Waiting for the results of the most detailed ever study […]
Ian Menter, Emeritus Professor of Teacher Education at the University of Oxford and Vice-President of the British Educational Research Association, has written a furious blog post condemning the Department for Education of misusing his research, which went live earlier […]
On Thursday, 21st April 2016, the Higher Education Policy Institute will be publishing a new report entitled Making a Success of Employer Sponsored Education by Professor Dave Phoenix, Vice-Chancellor of London South Bank University and Chair […]
On Thursday, 25th February 2016, the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) publishes Designing a Teaching Excellence Framework: Lessons from other sectors, a paper exploring the experience of ratings in other education and care markets, calling on […]
On Thursday, 28th January 2016, the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) will publish a revised version of the most recent HEPI annual lecture, Value-Added: How do you measure whether universities are delivering for their […]