London Economics, with support from the Nuffield Foundation, have modelled the resource implications – for students, graduates and the Exchequer – of the current higher education funding systems in the four nations of the UK. The analysis aims to improve the wider understanding of the current fees and funding arrangements in each of the Home Nations, as well as the implications of potential changes to each of the systems. The analysis also includes an assessment of previous manifesto commitments in each home nation, to better inform voters of parties’ forthcoming election proposals.
HEPI is hosting a series of in-person events in each of the four Home Nations, to present the findings and to host a panel of speakers to discuss the future of higher education fees and funding.
Join us in Scotland on Monday 4 March 2024 from 2pm to 4pm at the University of Edinburgh to welcome a panel of speakers including:
- Alastair Sim, Director, Universities Scotland
- Rachel Hewitt, Chief Executive, MillionPlus
- Alison Payne, Research Director, Reform Scotland
- Sir Paul Grice, Principal and Vice-Chancellor, Queen Margaret University
To register your place, please go to https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/general-election-briefing-examination-of-higher-education-fees-funding-tickets-814101959877