Tag Archives: higher education

Becoming an Honorary Senior Fellow

Yesterday, I was at Regent’s University London to be installed as an Honorary Senior Fellow, the university’s equivalent of bestowing an honorary degree.  (I already have an honorary degree, from Lincoln University, so it is nice to have a separate … Continue reading

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Higher education as an export

I recently initiated a debate in the Lords on the value to the United Kingdom of higher education as an export.  This refers to transactions between UK residents and non-residents and encompasses income from overseas students in the UK as … Continue reading

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Foreign aid and higher education

On Wednesday, I spoke in a debate in the Lords on higher education.  You can read the speech here.  I focused on the recommendations of the Higher Education Commission, which I c0-chair, in its report on regulating higher education.  The … Continue reading

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