Archive for February, 2015

What I’d like to see the next government do to help the design industry

I was asked by Design Week – ‘What’s the first thing you’d like to see the next government do to help the design industry?” “Government needs to see creative subjects as more than just a skill-set. Creativity is a way … Continue reading

My latest Huffington Post UK blog on student visas

As international students are so important to us at UAL, I have written a new post on my Huffington Post UK blog asking why¬†student work-study visas do not form part of the simpler, more sensible visa system promised by Home … Continue reading

Writing in the Guardian about how universities spend their tuition fee income

I’ve written an article for the Guardian Higher Education Network, dispelling some of the myths regarding how universities spend student tuition fees. “Public debate on higher education has become obsessed with funding, but there are some facts that are rarely … Continue reading

Featured in new HEPI book about student fees and engagement

I have contributed an essay to a new book put together by Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) entitled ‘What do I get? Ten essays on student fees, student engagement and student choice’. My essay outlines our view at UAL that … Continue reading