THE Knowledge Partnership has analysed our Courses 360 data from 2022-2023 to explore any trends and findings that can help shed some insight on the tuition fee market.
Dave Roberts, co-founder of The Knowledge Partnership, retires after 36 years in the higher education marketing sector.
With so many conferences happening all year round, you can become blind to why you should attend them. We look at 5 of the key reasons you should attend, and in particular, the key reasons why you should attend the University Market Insight Conference 2022.
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.
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