A guest blog kindly contributed by Professor Graham Galbraith, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Portsmouth
With the Office for National Statistics soon to rule on the accounting treatment of student loans and speculation that fees for […]
A guest blog kindly contributed by Daniel Barrass, Marketing Business Partner for Higher Education, Tribal.
Technology, by its very nature, has always sought to make processes simpler than before – and new advances have made […]
A guest blog kindly contributed by Dr Hollie Chandler, Senior Policy Analyst for the Russell Group.
HEPI’s decision to theme its upcoming annual lecture on African higher education is welcome. From a UK perspective, there has been far less […]
Outgoing Vice-Chancellor says improving the prospects of thousands of students from deprived backgrounds is one of his proudest achievements
Professor John Raftery said: ‘The turnaround since 2014 at London Metropolitan University is an example of […]
The UK’s Higher Education Policy Institute and Canada’s Higher Education Strategy Associates are jointly publishing a new research paper on charging people from poorer backgrounds less for higher education. Targeted Tuition Fees: Is means-testing […]
The Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) is publishing a report on the past, present and future of students’ unions in the UK. Released just before the new academic year begins, the report traces the […]