Could data and analytics help to promote student wellbeing and mental health? Jisc commissioned independent global higher education expert Professor Martin Hall to examine this idea and he highlights the key findings of his […]
For the past 18 months, I have been delighted to serve as HEPI’s first Director of Policy and Advocacy – a role which has cemented my deep-seated interest in higher education policy and instilled […]
This guest blog has been kindly written for us by Elaine Boyes, Executive Director of the Association of Graduate Careers Advisory Services (AGCAS).
It will come as no surprise that the Association of Graduate Careers […]
Most students think taking illegal drugs causes problems for users as well as society and want their universities to take a tougher stance
The Higher Education Policy Institute and the University of Buckingham have worked with YouthSight on a survey of attitudes towards drugs among full-time undergraduate students.
The research shows a majority of students think illegal drugs […]
The Opening Keynote by Sam Gyimah MP, Minister of State for Universities, Science, Research & Innovation is available here.
Lord Mandelson’s Afternoon Keynote is available here.
Turning the corner on value for money – 2018 HEPI / Advance HE Student Academic Experience Survey highlights students’ belief that value for money in higher education is improving
In a marked reversal of a five-year downward trend, students in the United Kingdom are reporting statistically significant improvements in perceptions of value for money from their higher education experience. This is the headline […]