We started 2018 by publishing HEPI’s most substantial ever piece of work. Back in January 2018, we published a report by London Economics, commissioned jointly by HEPI and Kaplan International Pathways, which showed the […]
YWhen, next week, the Office for National Statistics (ONS) rule on the way student loans appear in the national accounts, many people will perform a rue smile.
The Government will be embarrassed because getting student […]
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 […]
The Government and higher education institutions should do more to support students who live away from campus – often in the parental home – and who commute long distances to study, according to a […]
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.