In HEPI’s work, our research reports have the most impact in terms of highlighting the key issues facing the sector, and alerting our target audiences to the impact of certain policies on the sector. HEPI aims to produce six to eight pieces of high quality research and analysis each year – all reports are available free of charge here on our website.

25 Jun, 2015

What do home students think of studying with international students?

25 June, 2015|By Nick Hillman|Publications|1 Comment

4 Jun, 2015

2015 Academic Experience Survey

4 June, 2015|By Alex Buckley, Ioannis Soilemetzidis and Nick Hillman|Publications|3 Comments

21 May, 2015

The accounting and budgeting of student loans

21 May, 2015|By Andrew McGettigan|Publications

30 Mar, 2015

Open Access: Is a National Licence the answer?

30 March, 2015|By David Price and Sarah Chaytor|Publications

19 Mar, 2015

What do prospective students think about international students?

19 March, 2015|By Nick Hillman|Publications

2 Mar, 2015

Election Briefing

2 March, 2015|By Nick Hillman|Publications

26 Feb, 2015

Whose to lose? Citizens, institutions and the ownership of higher education funding in a devolved UK

26 February, 2015|By Lucy Hunter Blackburn|Publications|1 Comment

5 Feb, 2015

‘What Do I Get?’: Ten essays on student fees, student engagement and student choice

5 February, 2015|By Edited by Nick Hillman|Publications

1 Dec, 2014

Do students swing elections? Registration, turnout and voting behaviour among full-time students

1 December, 2014|By Stephen D. Fisher and Nick Hillman|Publications|5 Comments

23 Oct, 2014

Jisc: a hidden advantage for higher education

23 October, 2014|By Martyn Harrow|Publications