Higher Education Strategy Associates


  • Moving On? How Students Think About Choosing a Place to Live After Graduation
  • The Many Prices of Knowledge: How tuition & subsidies interact in Canadian higher education
  • The Korean Academic Credit Bank: A Model for Credit Transfer in North America?
  • Career Services Offices: A look at Universities and Colleges across Canada
  • 2014 Budget Commentary

One Thought Blog

  • Spring 2015 Reading List

    Some notes on books recently read:

    University Leadership and Public Policy in the Twenty-First Century, by Peter MacKinnon.  I really wanted to like this book before I started it.  Since I started working in this field, few university Presidents have had … Read More

  • De-Regulating Tuition in Nova Scotia

    There seems to be a lot of interest in this Nova Scotia budget announcement on tuition-fee de-regulation, mostly from the everything-is-going-to-hell-in-a-handbasket crowd.  In the interests of trying to keep people’s eyes on the ball, I thought I would try to … Read More

  • Enforced Savings for Education?

    It’s generally acknowledged that students from low-income backgrounds have trouble paying for education; that’s why across North America, they tend to get packages of loans and grants which are far in excess of the value of tuition.  And that’s a … Read More