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Briefing Report 449 HM Treasury - Budget March 2020

Briefing Report 449 HM Treasury - Budget March 2020

HE Insight Paper 36 - UK HE keeps calm and carries on as coronavirus spreads

HE Insight Paper 36 - UK HE keeps calm and carries on as coronavirus spreads

Briefing Report 448 HEPI - Getting on - graduate employment and its influence on UK higher education

Briefing Report 448 HEPI - Getting on - graduate employment and its influence on UK higher education

Briefing Report 447 - HEPI - Making Universities Matter - How higher education can help to heal a divided Britain

Briefing Report 447 - HEPI - Making Universities Matter - How higher education can help to heal a divided Britain

Briefing Report 446 OfS - Transforming opportunity in higher education - An analysis of 2020-21 to 2024-25 access and participation plans

Briefing Report 446 OfS - Transforming opportunity in higher education - An analysis of 2020-21 to 2024-25 access and participation plans

Briefing Report 445 - HEPI Social Mobility and Higher Education - Are grammar schools the answer

Briefing Report 445 - HEPI Social Mobility and Higher Education - Are grammar schools the answer

Good Practice Briefing 08 - Universities respond to calls for them to “up their game” on retention

Good Practice Briefing 08 - Universities respond to calls for them to “up their game” on retention

Briefing Report 444 - HEPI - A languages crisis

Briefing Report 444 - HEPI - A languages crisis

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