HEPI’s new Director of Policy and Advocacy, Dr Diana Beech, provides a summary of our annual Policy Briefing Day.
If ever there was a good day to hold a conference on higher education policy developments, it was […]
John Cater, Vice-Chancellor of Edge Hill University, has recorded an exclusive short video summarising his new HEPI report on the past, present and future of teacher training.
It can be accessed by clicking on the arrow […]
This morning, Labour have announced a commitment to bring back bursaries and abolish tuition fees for some NHS staff.
This is smart campaigning because it is part of a wider strategy to focus on the […]
Whither Teacher Education and Training?: new HEPI report calls for fresh thinking and practical action now to avoid a crisis in teacher recruitment and training
A new HEPI paper on the past, present and future of teacher training written by Dr John Cater, the Vice Chancellor of Edge Hill University, will be launched at a HEPI conference at King’s […]
HEPI Director, Nick Hillman, will today deliver a major speech on university autonomy at the inaugural meeting of the G20 – a group of Presidents from independent (or independent-minded) colleges and universities around the world – taking place […]
On Thursday, 30th March, the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) publishes a new report by Richard Garner, the UK’s longest-serving education correspondent, entitled Return on investment? How universities communicate with the outside world (Occasional Paper 16).
Drawing on […]