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Key informants’ views of higher education in Scotland

Drawing on interviews with policymakers at a range of levels, this working paper explores perceptions of current Scottish higher education and its future direction of travel, raising questions about the extent of policy convergence or divergence in higher education across the UK.

The aim of the interviews was to explore views of key areas of Scottish higher education policy, such as funding and widening access, and to make UK and international comparisons. Respondents were also asked to consider future policy scenarios and systemic stability.

Author(s): Sheila Riddell

Other Publishers: Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity, The University of Edinburgh

Production date: 2014

How to obtain: Download Key informants' views of higher education in Scotland

Communities: Scotland, Internationalisation, Diversity

Audiences: Academics, Careers practitioners

Format: Web


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Tags: Scotland higher education funding policies Policy widening access widening participation

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