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Higher Education Commission launches fifth inquiry report

Higher Education Commission launches fifth inquiry report

19th September 2017

The Higher Education Commission released its fifth inquiry report, One Size Won't Fit All: The Challenges Facing the Office for Students, in Parliament.

The report launched in Parliament on Thursday 14th September and followed a ten month inquiry co-chaired by Lord Norton of Louth and Professor Joy Carter.

The Commission’s report One size won’t fit all: the challenges facing the Office for Students, examined diverse models of higher education provision across different types of English Higher Education Institutions. This report reviewed the current HE landscape across England, looking at innovations in delivery models operating outside of the standard offer of the campus-based three year degree aimed at 18-19 year olds. The report made a series of recommendations targeted at the new regulator, the Office for Students, to help promote diversity and choice in the system. 

We were delighted to be joined by Gordon Marsden MP, the Labour Party Member of Parliament for Blackpool South and Shadow Minister for Higher Education, Further Education and Skills.

Please click here to download the report.

Photos from the event can be found here.