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How should undergraduate degrees be funded? A collection of essays.

  • 11 April 2024
  • By Rose Stephenson
  • HEPI number 173

This collection of essays, edited by Rose Stephenson, Director of Policy and Advocacy at the Higher Education Policy Institute, delves into the challenges of financing higher education.

From Chloe Field’s critique of marketisation to Jo Johnson’s model of differentiated fees, the collection navigates several funding scenarios. London Economics provide an economic analysis of current and proposed models, grounding the debate with fiscal scrutiny. Analysis of polling from potential students considers how the different models may impact application rates.

This report is an essential read for educators, stakeholders and policymakers. It aims to stimulate debate on a reformed and sustainable approach to funding the minds of tomorrow.

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