Below is a short extract from a speech that Nick Hillman, HEPI Director, made earlier today to a Higher Education Academy meeting of Pro-Vice Chancellors for teaching and learning.
No political party promised to protect […]
Let’s explore a national licence rather than shut down debate: Response to the debate on a national licence from David Price
As intended, the recent publication of Open Access: Is a National Licence the answer?, a HEPI Occasional Paper written by Sarah Chaytor and me, stimulated press coverage (e.g. THE) and comment (e.g. Curry, Kernohan, […]
The clearest higher education policy of this election campaign is Labour’s commitment to reduce the full-time undergraduate tuition fee cap from £9,000 to £6,000 and to raise the maximum maintenance grant by £400 a […]
In a new HEPI pamphlet, The accounting and budgeting of student loans, Andrew McGettigan reveals how the treatment of student loans in the national and departmental accounts is driving policy.
The Department for Business, Innovation […]
Teachers, NHS staff and small businesses should enjoy free access to the latest academic research in proposals published by HEPI
On Tuesday, 31st March, the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) will launch a new report, Open Access: Is a National Licence the answer?, at a research conference held at the Royal Society. The paper […]
Research is available on the economic benefits of international students, but less is known about the educational benefits. So HEPI and Kaplan used the YouthSight Applicant Omnibus Survey to ask those on the cusp […]