28 November 2013
Social mobility, widening participation and fair access have rightly been passions of successive governments. For more than a decade this has been supported by specific funding streams, and this report looks at why those funding streams are important and how they help to widen access to higher education.
17 July 2013
Amid the uncertainties arising from the Government’s higher education reforms in England, million+ has remained at the heart of the debate about the role of universities, students and graduates in society and the economy.
million+ Annual Report 2012-13
24 June 2013
In March 2013, the university think-tank million+ convened a roundtable in the House of Commons to discuss the impact of the Department for Education’s School Direct programme on teacher education in England. The roundtable attracted over 30 participants including MPs, members of the House of Lords, Headteachers, representatives from Teach First and university education departments and this report reflects the discussions and outlines next steps.
23 May 2013
New report Do the alternatives add up?, part of the joint million+ and London Economics Behind the Headlines series, explores the the costs and benefits of two alternative proposals for funding higher education in England.
6 March 2013
Pamphlet celebrating 21 years since the 1992 Further and Higher Education Act which gave rise to many new universities. Eleven writers contribute their reflections on this significant change in the higher education landscape.
Breaking with Tradition: Universities@21
18 February 2013
'Are the changes to higher education funding in England cost-effective?' presents new modelling of the higher education funding regime in England adopted from 2012. It is undertaken by London Economics on behalf of million+. Overall, it is found that “the combined costs of increasing higher education fees is estimated to be almost 6 ½ times as great as the potential Treasury expenditure savings."
16 January 2013
New report What's the value of a UK degree?, part of the joint million+ and London Economics Behind the Headlines series, explores the the nature and scale of the benefits of higher education - both monetised and non-monetised - to the individual, society and economy. Overall, the report finds that higher education remains an exceptionally good investment for individuals and taxpayers.
4 September 2012
Report of million+ roundtable discussion about value and role of A-Levels with academics, politicians, business representatives and educational specialists held at Parliament, hosted by Graham Stuart MP, chair of Education Select Committee.
'What are A-levels for' roundtable report
9 July 2012
Over the last 12 months million+ has been at the forefront of the debate around the Coalition government’s higher education reform agenda.
Annual Report 2011/2012
22 May 2012
Never Too Late To Learn: Mature Students in Higher Education is a joint million+/NUS report which challenges long-standing myths about who participates in higher education in the UK.