Articles from HEPI

UK research funding less geographically concentrated than key competitors including US and Germany

The UK’s research comparators – including the US and Germany – have greater geographical concentration of research funding, according to a new report.

Most students think passing a sexual consent test should be compulsory before starting higher education

The key findings of a new poll of students’ personal lives published by the Higher Education Policy Institute (@HEPI_news) in Sex and Relationships Among Students: Summary Report (HEPI Policy Note 30, attached) include:

Student numbers before, during and after the crisis

Winners and Losers in 2021  Speaking to the UK Student Accommodation Forum session on 'Winners and Losers in 2021' today (13 Apr), HEPI Director, Nick Hillman, said:

More than half of students do not expect any more face-to-face teaching this academic year, but two-thirds of students are currently living in their usual term-time accommodation

The Higher Education Policy Institute (@HEPI_news) has worked with @YouthSight on a poll of over 1,000 full-time undergraduate students to understand how the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting them.

Moving away from the use of predicted grades in university admissions could harm, rather than benefit, fair admissions

The Higher Education Policy Institute (@Hepi_news) have published a new collection of essays on the future of undergraduate university admissions.

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