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2017 HEPI University Partners’ Annual Policy Briefing Day

  • 27 April 2017
  • 9.30am - 3.45pm
  • King's College London

Each year, HEPI organises a day on higher education policy developments for our HEPI Partner organisations. With 2017 signalling a period of profound change both within and outside the sector, this year’s Briefing Day will look at:

  • The bigger picture – what are the risks and opportunities for the sector over the long-term?
  • How is policy made and implemented at the very heart of power?
  • How can universities work most effectively with the media to get their messages across?
  • And also includes a special one-off screening of Ivory Tower: Is college worth the cost? – an award winning documentary on the state of higher education in the United States.

Chaired by Nick Hillman, HEPI Director, speakers include: Wes Streeting MP; Rachel Wolf, former adviser to the Prime Minister and Director of Public First; Richard Garner, former Education Editor, The Independent and author of forthcoming HEPI paper Return on investment? How universities communicate with the outside world.

Each of our HEPI University Partners has a reserved seat at the Briefing Day, with additional seats available on request. To see the full programme please go to and for further details please contact Emma Ma ([email protected])

1 comment

  1. Symona says:

    Le chartalisme propose au moins que tous les déficits soient financés par création monétaire centrale et que l’Etat soit l’employeur en dernier ressort en périodes de recession.Je suis de leur avis également sur le fait que ce sont les taux d&;2r17#inté8êts de la Banque Centrale qui déterminent les taux d’OAT (dans un cadre de monnaie souveraine, pas dans l’euro évidemment)

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