Tag Archive: Blue Skies

HE Policy Blog: higher education down under

higher education

Introduction Australia was the first place I visited as part of my tour of SEAsia to promote the Asia Pacific edition of Blue Skies. I wondered what higher education would look like in a country with such low population density (c.23m people at 3 people per square mile vs c. 62m people at 256 people…

Event summary: Blue Skies debate about the future of higher education

David-Willetts-MP

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, seems to be experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. Nicky…

Higher Education White Paper 15 July 2011

David-Willetts-Blue-Skies

Event Summary The much-delayed Higher Education White Paper came out this month, recommending some major changes to the English system. There were few surprises for those who had followed the debate over the past few months, with a focus on three pillars; more ‘consumer’ choice/power and provider diversity in a new more dynamic HE ‘market‘….

Blue Skies Launches

David Willetts

Event Summary The ‘standing-room-only’ launch event for our publication, ‘Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education’, took place on the morning of 23 May at our 80 Strand Office. Three authors from the publication; Universities Minister David Willetts, Rod Bristow of Pearson and Wendy Piatt of the Russell Group, gave short speeches…

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, is experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate   that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. The Pearson Centre…

Tag Archive: Blue Skies

HE Policy Blog: higher education down under

higher education

Introduction Australia was the first place I visited as part of my tour of SEAsia to promote the Asia Pacific edition of Blue Skies. I wondered what higher education would look like in a country with such low population density (c.23m people at 3 people per square mile vs c. 62m people at 256 people…

Event summary: Blue Skies debate about the future of higher education

David-Willetts-MP

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, seems to be experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. Nicky…

Higher Education White Paper 15 July 2011

David-Willetts-Blue-Skies

Event Summary The much-delayed Higher Education White Paper came out this month, recommending some major changes to the English system. There were few surprises for those who had followed the debate over the past few months, with a focus on three pillars; more ‘consumer’ choice/power and provider diversity in a new more dynamic HE ‘market‘….

Blue Skies Launches

David Willetts

Event Summary The ‘standing-room-only’ launch event for our publication, ‘Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education’, took place on the morning of 23 May at our 80 Strand Office. Three authors from the publication; Universities Minister David Willetts, Rod Bristow of Pearson and Wendy Piatt of the Russell Group, gave short speeches…

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, is experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate   that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. The Pearson Centre…

Tag Archive: Blue Skies

HE Policy Blog: higher education down under

higher education

Introduction Australia was the first place I visited as part of my tour of SEAsia to promote the Asia Pacific edition of Blue Skies. I wondered what higher education would look like in a country with such low population density (c.23m people at 3 people per square mile vs c. 62m people at 256 people…

Event summary: Blue Skies debate about the future of higher education

David-Willetts-MP

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, seems to be experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. Nicky…

Higher Education White Paper 15 July 2011

David-Willetts-Blue-Skies

Event Summary The much-delayed Higher Education White Paper came out this month, recommending some major changes to the English system. There were few surprises for those who had followed the debate over the past few months, with a focus on three pillars; more ‘consumer’ choice/power and provider diversity in a new more dynamic HE ‘market‘….

Blue Skies Launches

David Willetts

Event Summary The ‘standing-room-only’ launch event for our publication, ‘Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education’, took place on the morning of 23 May at our 80 Strand Office. Three authors from the publication; Universities Minister David Willetts, Rod Bristow of Pearson and Wendy Piatt of the Russell Group, gave short speeches…

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, is experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate   that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. The Pearson Centre…

Tag Archive: Blue Skies

HE Policy Blog: higher education down under

higher education

Introduction Australia was the first place I visited as part of my tour of SEAsia to promote the Asia Pacific edition of Blue Skies. I wondered what higher education would look like in a country with such low population density (c.23m people at 3 people per square mile vs c. 62m people at 256 people…

Event summary: Blue Skies debate about the future of higher education

David-Willetts-MP

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, seems to be experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. Nicky…

Higher Education White Paper 15 July 2011

David-Willetts-Blue-Skies

Event Summary The much-delayed Higher Education White Paper came out this month, recommending some major changes to the English system. There were few surprises for those who had followed the debate over the past few months, with a focus on three pillars; more ‘consumer’ choice/power and provider diversity in a new more dynamic HE ‘market‘….

Blue Skies Launches

David Willetts

Event Summary The ‘standing-room-only’ launch event for our publication, ‘Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education’, took place on the morning of 23 May at our 80 Strand Office. Three authors from the publication; Universities Minister David Willetts, Rod Bristow of Pearson and Wendy Piatt of the Russell Group, gave short speeches…

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Blue Skies: New thinking about the future of higher education

Higher education in the UK, and beyond, is experiencing a period of unprecedented change. Together, global trends and national policies are generating a debate   that is increasingly focussed on the cost of higher education. Tuition fees, research grants and ROI are the issues of the day. It’s time to widen the debate. The Pearson Centre…