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.

22 May, 2016

Keeping Schtum?: What students think of free speech (Wave 2 of the HEPI / YouthSight Monitor)

22 May, 2016|By Nick Hillman|Publications

12 May, 2016

Boys to Men: The underachievement of young men in higher education – and how to start tackling it

12 May, 2016|By Nick Hillman and Nicholas Robinson, with a Foreword by Mary Curnock Cook|Publications

21 Apr, 2016

Making a Success of Employer Sponsored Education

21 April, 2016|By Dave Phoenix|Publications

25 Feb, 2016

Designing a Teaching Excellence Framework: Lessons from other sectors

25 February, 2016|By Louisa Darian|Publications|1 Comment

28 Jan, 2016

Value-Added: How do you measure whether universities are delivering for their students? HEPI 2015 Annual Lecture

28 January, 2016|Publications|5 Comments

7 Jan, 2016

Response to the higher education green paper

7 January, 2016|By Graham Gibbs, Bahram Bekhradnia, Roger King, Gary Attle, Roxanne Stockwell and Emma Sims (edited by Nick Hillman)|Publications|1 Comment

10 Dec, 2015

Employability: Degrees of value

10 December, 2015|By Johnny Rich|Publications

30 Nov, 2015

What students think about the forthcoming referendum on the UK’s membership of the EU: Wave One of the HEPI / YouthSight Monitor

30 November, 2015|By Nick Hillman|Publications

29 Oct, 2015

It’s the finance, stupid! The decline of part-time higher education and what to do about it

29 October, 2015|By Nick Hillman|Publications|3 Comments

15 Oct, 2015

Students and the 2015 general election: Did they make a difference?

15 October, 2015|By Nick Hillman|Publications