Higher Education Quarterly

Cover image for Vol. 71 Issue 3

Edited By: Dr Celia Whitchurch (Editor) and Dr Tatiana Fumasoli (Co-Editor)

Online ISSN: 1468-2273

Society Information

The Society for Research into Higher Education, established in 1965, exists to stimulate and co-ordinate research into all aspects of higher education. It aims to improve the quality of higher education through the encouragement of debate and publication on issue of policy, on the organisation and management of higher education institutions, and on the curriculum, teaching and learning methods.

The society's income is derived from subscriptions, sales of its books and journals, conference fees and grants. It receives no subsidies, and is wholly independent. Its individual members include teachers, researchers, managers and students. Its corporate members are institutions of higher education, research institutes, professional, industrial and governmental bodies. The Society's membership is international with members in every continent and it regards its international work as amongst its most important activities.

Under the imprint SRHE & Open University Press, the Society is a specialist publisher of research, having some 60 titles in print. The Editorial Board of the Society's Imprint seeks authoritative research or study in the relevant areas. It offers a highly recognisable format in both hard- and paper-back and the world-wide reputation of the Open University Press.

The Society also publishes Studies in Higher Education (three times a year), Higher Education Quarterly (formerly Universities Quarterly). Abstracts (three times a year), SRHE NEWS and International News.

The Society holds a major annual conference in December, jointly with an institution of higher education.  In addition it holds regular seminars and consultations on topics of current interest and runs a number of Networks.

For further information, contact the:
Society for Research into Higher Education
73 Collier Street
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Phone: (00 44) 0207 427 2350
Fax: (00 44) 0207 278 1135

Email: srheoffice@srhe.ac.uk