Business, Innovation and Skills Committee will hear from public bodies and think-tanks on the future of higher education

05 May 2011

In its fifth evidence session the Committee will discuss the proposed higher education reforms with the public bodies responsible for university funding, access and admissions, and then explore the wider policy context with a leading higher education think-tank


Tuesday 10 May 2011

Committee Room 16, Palace of Westminster


At 10.30am

  • Sir Alan Langlands, Chief Executive, Higher Education Funding Council for England
  • Sir Martin Harris, Director of Office for Fair Access
  • Mary Curnock Cook OBE, Chief Executive, Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS)

At 11.45am

  • Bahram Bekhradnia, Higher Education Policy Institute

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