The following presents just a snapshot of the findings observed by TKP’s analysts on full-time campus-based course data covering the period 2017/18-2021/22. Analysis of more recent data will be undertaken in the Summer, by which time it is hoped the newly completed 2022/23 databases can be updated with fees for those courses/institutions which are yet to publish their fees.
On 24th February 2022, the Government responded to the Augar Report, released in May 2019. The response included the Government’s plans to cap undergraduate home tuition fees and foundation year tuition fees, and reintroduce student number controls. We look in more detail at what the changes are, what they mean and whether they are positive or negative
Key points from our webinar, 'The Future of Online Learning' with guests from University of London. The webinar was the third in our University Marketing Insight series.
Most universities know that reputation is their most important asset. And that it’s a subtle mix of ingredients that your stakeholders pass judgement on. But has the recipe for reputation changed as a result of the pandemic?
After 16 years of being independent, we now take a bigger step forward, having been acquired by THE, one of the biggest data insights and ranking organisations in the world. Together we are looking at new and exciting ways we can make more of data insights and reaching wider global audiences, through for example the new THE student panel.
Our in-house experts look at the three-stage process of developing new courses or products at a university. These points were covered in detail in our University Market Insight Webinar in November.
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