Creating a 21st Century University Lecture Series: Nick Hillman, HEPI
Higher education and the themes and consequences of the 2015 general election
Nick Hillman has been the Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) since January 2014. HEPI was established in 2002 to shape the higher education policy debate through evidence.
This lecture is open to NTU staff - booking is required.
- From: Wednesday 5 November 2014, 12 am
- To: Wednesday 5 November 2014, 12 am
- Location: LT5, Newton building, Main Entrance, Nottingham Trent University, City Campus, Goldsmith Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
- Booking deadline: Sunday 5 November 2017, 12.00 am
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Open to NTU staff - booking is required.
Creating a 21st Century University lectures aim to engage and inform by exposure to views of key opinion leaders about the policies and practices that will shape higher education over the next five years.
This lecture will explore not only the differences in policy relating to universities that may result from the 2015 election, but also the underlying issues that any new government will have to address, such as funding and regulation. Nick will also suggest how universities might best prepare themselves to respond, irrespective of the election outcome.
Nick Hillman has been the Director of the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) since January 2014.
HEPI was established in 2002 to shape the higher education policy debate through evidence. HEPI is UK-wide, independent and non-partisan, and is funded by organisations and universities, and its own events.
Nick has written for a range of think tanks and journals. He has recently authored HEPI publications on the need for higher education legislation, the Australian student loans system and the removal of student number controls.
From 2007 until the end of 2013, Nick worked for the Rt Hon David Willetts MP, the former Minister for Universities and Science, as Chief of Staff and then Special Adviser in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
Previously, Nick was a History teacher and worked at the Association of British Insurers. At the 2010 general election, he was the runner-up in Cambridge.
Open to NTU staff
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