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 the government knows the fees model alone does not work for science subjects so recognises the risk to the supply of talent to a strategically-important industry and provides accordingly, and yet it fails to recognise the same risk to a different industry – that of art and design.
Thursday, February 5th, 2015