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Events

HEPI runs a range of events selected to maximise their effectiveness in reaching out to our target audiences and include invite-only high level seminars (such as our annual series of House of Commons breakfast seminars), conferences, one-to-one briefings, as well as set-piece events such as the HEPI Annual Lecture given by a senior international figure. Some of these events result in publications, which we also make available online.

  • 25 Nov 2019

    HEPI Partner Autumn Roundtable Dinner

    On Monday 25 November 2019, HEPI hosted a roundtable dinner for its partner organisations, with a senior representative from the Office for Students and chaired by Sir Ivor Crewe, Master of University College, Oxford. The HEPI Partner Dinners are invite-only and organised exclusively for our HEPI Partners. For further information,…

  • 7 Oct 2019

    HEPI roundtable on student employability, in partnership with Jobteaser

    On Monday 7th October 2019, HEPI, in partnership with Jobteaser, will hold a roundtable lunch on ‘Universities and the student employability challenge’, with guest speakers Professor Anne Carlisle, Vice-Chancellor at Falmouth University, and Dr Cassie Wilson, Vice President for Student Experience at the University of Bath. The roundtable will consider…

  • 1 Oct 2019

    HEPI / UPP Roundtable at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester

    Past, Present, Future: The prevalence of the residential model in the UK Higher Education sector and implications for future policy. For many students, there are big advantages as they move away from home to enrol on what they perceive to be the best course for them, and, arguably, residential higher…

  • 23 Sep 2019

    HEPI / UPP roundtable at the Labour Party Conference in Brighton

    Past, Present, Future: The prevalence of the residential model in the UK Higher Education sector and implications for future policy For many students, there are big advantages as they move away from home to enrol on what they perceive to be the best course for them, and, arguably, residential higher…

  • 17 Sep 2019

    Launch of the Unite Students / HEPI Insight Report 2019

    With universities now facing greater scrutiny than ever before, and with a new regulatory regime designed to create a step-change in access and participation, the key focus now is not just on “getting in” but also on “getting on”. The sector is awash with data on the student experience but…