This guest blog has been kindly written for HEPI by Charlie Ball, Head of Higher Education Intelligence at Prospects.
There can be few remaining individuals with an interest in student funding and who have studied […]
A guest blog kindly contributed by:
Rebecca Mameli, Head of HE Research and Qualifications, Pearson. Pearson is the UK’s largest awarding body and a leader in the design, development and quality assurance of career focused […]
Mary Curnock Cook responds to Damian Hinds’s call for parity of esteem between technical and academic routes
This guest blog has been kindly written for HEPI by Mary Curnock Cook. Follow Mary on Twitter – @MaryCurnockCook.
There’s much for higher education watchers to take note of in Damian Hinds’ speech on 6 December. […]
Responding to the news that Chris Skidmore is to the new Minister for Universities, Nick Hillman, Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI), said:
This is an interesting appointment. No one predicted it, but […]
Employer contributions should replace fees to relieve student debt, argues Johnny Rich in a HEPI paper
On Thursday, 29thNovember 2018, the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) publishes Fairer Funding: The case for a graduate levy (Policy Note 10) by Johnny Rich, which outlines a radical new approach to funding higher education.
New report calls on universities to tell students where their fees go, as new figures reveal under half of fee income goes on teaching but most of the rest also benefits students
A new paper published by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) calls for greater transparency on the use of students’ tuition fees.
Where do student fees really go? Following the pound (HEPI Report 113) by Nick […]