A study by the Higher Education Policy Institute said there was "continuing political dissatisfaction" with Wales' university sector and its relationship with the Welsh Government.
What does HEPI stand for?
HEPI stands for Higher Education Policy Institute (UK)
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We have 8 other meanings of HEPI in our Acronym Attic
- High Energy Physics Group (various locations)
- Hospital Emergency Planning Guidance
- Humanitarian and Emergency Policy Group (Local Aid Coordinating Committee)
- Heavy Extractable Petroleum Hydrocarbon
- Hollis Eden Pharmaceuticals, Inc
- Haute Ecole Paul Henri Spaak (Belgium)
- Hawker Energy Products, Inc. (Warrensburg, MO)
- Heavy Equipment Point of Impact (military paradrop)
- Helmel Engineering Products, Inc. (est. 1973; Niagara Falls, NY)
- High Explosive Penetrating Incendiary
- Higher Education Price Index
- High Energy Physics Information Center
- Hardy Exploration and Production India Inc.
- Hypnotherapy and Ethno Psychology Institute of South Africa
- Higher Education Public Key Infrastructure
- Hamilton East Public Library (Indiana)
- Hansen Experimental Physics Laboratory (Stanford)
- Harris-Elmore Public Library (Ohio)
- Health Economics, Policy and Law (journal)
- High Energy Physics Laboratory
Samples in periodicals archive:
However, in the last decade the proportion of Americans saying higher education is essential for success has roughly doubled from about 30 percent to roughly 60 percent, said Patrick Callan, president of the California-based Higher Education Policy Institute.
Proposed fee systems could also lead to an "arms race" for the best students, with people from disadvantaged backgrounds likely to lose out, the Higher Education Policy Institute said.
These efforts will not save the Government money, and some reports such as the Higher Education Policy Institute report point to this costing more, as the cost of providing the loans to students will be much higher".
The Higher Education Policy Institute suggested some universities would charge less than pounds 9,000 in the short term, but added: Over time, pounds 9,000 will become the going rate.
The Higher Education Policy Institute suggested some universities would charge less than pounds 9,000 in the short term, but added: "Over time, pounds 9,000 will become the going rate.
The Higher Education Policy Institute figures revealed a worrying trend.
Analysis by the Higher Education Policy Institute of the most recent data available found that graduate unemployment was 14 percent in December 2009 compared with 11.