Public schools and selective universities: elite, autonomous and residential educational institutions?
There are few issues in higher education as lively as widening access and there is a vast literature on it. BIS recently published Hefce and Offa’s National Strategy on Access and Student Success – […]
The national strategy for access and student success
By Professor Les Ebdon, Director of Fair Access to Higher Education
I’m delighted that the Government has now published the national strategy for access and student success which […]
With thanks to Julian Gravatt, Assistant Chief Executive of the Association of Colleges, who is our second guest blogger.
In Unfinished business, Nick Hillman makes the case for a higher education bill and identifies some […]
The findings of the 2014 HEPI/HEA Student Academic Experience Survey will be launched at the HEPI-HEA Spring Conference. Taking place at the British Academy on 21 May, the Conference is now open for bookings.
A copy […]
The new Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute (Hepi) comments on his first Hepi report, Unfinished Business? Higher education legislation.
With the Government abandoning plans to legislate for a new system of regulation for HE in England in 2011, it had to seek to regulate the sector using existing mechanisms.