HESA

Higher Education Strategy Associates

Publications

  • 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

  • Universities and Economic Growth

    If you read the OECD/World Bank playbook on higher education, it’s all very simple.  If you raise investments into higher education and research, growth will follow.

    At the big-picture national level, this is probably true.  But it’s maddeningly inspecific.  What … Read More

  • Another Australian De-regulation Update

    So the last time we tuned into antics in Canberra, the government was trying to pass a fairly ambitious piece of legislation that would completely de-regulate tuition fees while (more or less) maintaining the HECS system, which means post-graduate contributions are … Read More

  • Setting Tuition Fees

    On what basis can tuition fees be set?  Let us count the ways.

    The most obvious is “whatever the market will bear”.  This is the way most goods and services are priced, and the system on the whole works pretty well.  Private institutions … Read More