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  • Manifesto idea #8: Emily Hughes (@KUCares)

    16 May 2018 by Emily Hughes

    This blog is part of the series featuring ideas contained in the new HEPI-Brightside report, Reaching the parts of society universities have missed: A manifesto for the new Director for Fair Access and Participation. It showcases the idea from Emily Hughes, Access and Support Manager at KU Cares (Kingston University). Meeting the…

  • Manifesto idea #7: Ant Sutcliffe and Dr Hannah Merry (@Higher_Horizons)

    16 May 2018 by Ant Sutcliffe and Hannah Merry

    This blog is part of the series featuring ideas contained in the new HEPI-Brightside report, Reaching the parts of society universities have missed: A manifesto for the new Director for Fair Access and Participation. It showcases the idea from Ant Sutcliffe, Head, and Dr Hannah Merry, Operations Manager, at the Higher Horizons+ National…

  • Manifesto idea #6: David Woolley

    15 May 2018 by David Woolley

    This blog is part of the series featuring ideas contained in the new HEPI-Brightside report, Reaching the parts of society universities have missed: A manifesto for the new Director for Fair Access and Participation. It showcases the idea from David Woolley, Head of Schools, Colleges and Community Outreach at Nottingham Trent University.…

  • Manifesto idea #5: Anne-Marie Canning (@amcanning)

    15 May 2018 by Anne-Marie Canning

    This blog is part of the series featuring ideas contained in the new HEPI-Brightside report, Reaching the parts of society universities have missed: A manifesto for the new Director for Fair Access and Participation. It kicks off perspectives from widening participation practitioners and showcases the idea from Anne-Marie Canning, Director of Social…

  • Manifesto idea #4: Professor Anna Vignoles (@AnnaVignoles)

    14 May 2018 by Anna Vignoles

    This blog is part of the series featuring ideas contained in the new HEPI-Brightside report, Reaching the parts of society universities have missed: A manifesto for the new Director for Fair Access and Participation. It showcases the idea from Anna Vignoles, Professor of Education at the University of Cambridge. Most of the…

  • Manifesto idea #3: Ross Renton (@Ross_Renton)

    14 May 2018 by Ross Renton

    This blog is part of the series featuring ideas contained in the new HEPI-Brightside report, Reaching the parts of society universities have missed: A manifesto for the new Director for Fair Access and Participation. It showcases the idea from Ross Renton, Pro Vice Chancellor at the University of Worcester. According to the…

  • Manifesto idea #2: Professor Kalwant Bhopal

    11 May 2018 by Kalwant Bhopal

    This blog is part of the series featuring ideas contained in the new HEPI-Brightside report, Reaching the parts of society universities have missed: A manifesto for the new Director for Fair Access and Participation. It showcases the idea from Kalwant Bhopal, Professor of Education and Social Justice at the University of Birmingham.…

  • Manifesto idea #1: Professor Tim Quine

    11 May 2018 by Tim Quine

    This blog is part of the series featuring ideas contained in the new HEPI-Brightside report, Reaching the parts of society universities have missed: A manifesto for the new Director for Fair Access and Participation. It showcases the idea from Professor Tim Quine, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Education) at the University of Exeter. Ensuring a…

  • Introducing our manifesto for the new Director of Fair Access and Participation

    10 May 2018 by Paul Clarke

    Today, the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) and Brightside have released a new report, Reaching the parts of society universities have missed: A manifesto for the new Director of Fair Access and Participation. The ideas contained in the report are as diverse as the voices and, beginning today, we will…

  • Maintenance loans – money worth having?

    9 May 2018 by Mark Corney

    This guest blog has been kindly written for us by Mark Corney. Mark is a post-16 education and labour market consultant. The review of post-18 education and funding in England is a creature of the present Conservative government. Under Labour, a fee-free system would apply in both the higher education (HE) and…