HEPI’s work is guided by its Advisory Board. The Board meets three times a year to discuss HEPI’s programme of work (what studies to undertake, what seminars and other events to run, etc) and administrative matters. Unlike the Trustees, their role is not to take decisions, only to give advice to the Director.
The Board includes distinguished academics, current and former vice-chancellors, and other accomplished figures in the higher education sector.
Membership of the Board is for a fixed term period of usually four years, with two or three Board members stepping down each September. New appointments are made by the Trustees; interested parties should write to the Trustees c/o HEPI Administrator.