This guest blog has been kindly written for HEPI by Professor John Vinney, the Vice-Chancellor of Bournemouth University.
The lack of attention given to teaching by universities, in contrast to research, is one of the reasons for […]
The independent Office for Budget Responsibility (OBR) makes forecasts for future student numbers because of the knock-on consequences for public expenditure.
I have pointed out the apparent pessimism in their forecasts more than once before […]
This guest blog has been kindly provided by Rod Bristow, President, Core Markets for Pearson.
A College to Career Pathway for Students in Britain and the World
This week, we are publishing the annual data for […]
(Parliamentary copyright reproduced with permission)
Dear Members of the House of Lords,
The Higher Education and Research Bill has its Second Reading in the Lords on Tuesday, 6th December 2016. It is an opportunity to discuss […]
Earlier today, I delivered the speech below to the Headmasters and Headmistresses’ Conference (HMC) / Girls’ School Association (GSA) annual University Admissions Conference at the University of Leicester.
argues that independent schools often pick […]
Former HE Minister calls for changes to the Higher Education and Research Bill for the public interest
HEPI has published a new policy paper, Protecting the public interest in higher education, by Bill Rammell, Vice Chancellor of the University of Bedfordshire and the Minister for Further and Higher Education (2005-08) in the last Labour […]