The publication of the higher education green paper a few days ago was a big moment for English policymaking – even if the chilling events in Paris have made such parochial concerns seem less important, as well […]
This guest blog has been contributed by Bright Blue, a centre-right think tank that has today published an important new report on the decline in part-time study and what to do about it.
There has been […]
HEPI recently published a lengthy collection of essays on the crisis in part-time study. The book included data on the problem, suggestions for how to tackle it and a chapter from London Economics on […]
Nick Hillman, Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute, said:
’The spending review could have been worse for universities and students than it has turned out to be. The improvements to postgraduate loans, the new […]
On Thursday, 29th October 2015, the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) publishes It’s the finance, stupid! The decline of part-time higher education and what to do about it.
This collection of essays explains the catastrophic […]
Students kicked Clegg and backed Miliband but it made little difference – and it might not help Corbyn much either
On Thursday, 15th October 2015, the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) publishes one of the first detailed analyses of voting behaviour at the general election in Students and the 2015 general election: Did they […]