Higher Education Policy

Convenors:
Professor Carole Leathwood, London Metropolitan University
Dr Terri Kim, University of East London
Dr Karen Smith, University of Hertfordshire
 

This network will be of interest to all those concerned with higher education policy including academics, practitioners, managers, policy-makers and organisations with an interest in the HE sector.

The overall aim of the network is to provide a forum for the discussion of higher education research and policy issues. In particular, it aims to facilitate:

  • The presentation and discussion of research related to higher education policy
  • The sharing of information, expertise and ideas about developments in HE policy
  • Discussion between HE policy researchers and the users of that research with a view to enhancing the potential of research to inform policy.
  • Consideration of potential future research agendas and possibilities for collaboration.

Further Details
For further details about the Higher Education Policy Network, please contact the network convenor, Prof. Carole Leathwood, Institute for Policy Studies in Education, London Metropolitan University, c.leathwood@londonmet.ac.uk.

Upcoming Events +

22 February 2018
The Open Access Agenda: Implications for Higher Education Policy and Practice


Past Events +

16 October 2017
Academic Mobility and Brexit

08 May 2017
Higher Education Policy and Lifelong Learning

12 October 2016
What role does (or should) higher education research play in higher education policy making?

06 June 2016
Future Directions for UK Higher Education: Looking forward in uncertain times

13 May 2015
University Governance and Management: Critical Engagements with Theory, Policy and Practice

18 June 2014
Higher Education Policy and the Teaching-Research Nexus

02 April 2014
Interrogating the Higher Education Research / Policy Interface

05 February 2014
Epistemic Access, Powerful Knowledge and the Role of Higher Education Policy

20 September 2013
Marketising Higher Education: Public and Private Universities in a Market Economy

16 April 2013
Global Higher Education, Students and Immigration Policy: Implications for the HE Sector

26 October 2012
Pedagogy, Performance and E/quality: Challenges for Higher Education Policy

13 June 2012
What can English HE Policy learn from Scotland & Wales

19 March 2012
Changing Expectations of Universities and the Role of the State: A Historical and Contemporary Analysis

11 October 2011
Higher education identities, cultures and practices: a changing policy context

20 June 2011
Inequalities And The Global Higher Education Market

24 March 2010
Higher Education Policy in Recessionary Times

29 January 2010
Higher Education Policy and the Management of Universities

29 January 2009
The Place of Theory in Higher Education Scholarship

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