Julian Chant

Arts & Culture and Education Research Fellow, 2007-2009


Julian has now returned to Australia. While at Policy Exchange Julian co-authored several education reports. Prior to joining Policy Exchange, he worked in both marketing and research roles in publishing and financial services. He has a degree in Economics from the University of New South Wales, Sydney.

Julian Chant

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More Fees Please?

More Fees Please?

Read Publication The Government must raise the cap on top-up fees to avoid a serious deterioration of quality in our universities. More Fees Please? warns that with the Government’s student loan debt expected to rocket to £55 billion by 2018, the Treasury will not be...
Sink or Swim? Facing up to failing universities

Sink or Swim? Facing up to failing universities

Read Publication The government must confront the ‘no-fail’ culture in higher education and accept the possibility that a university could go under. Private providers could be allowed to step in to take over all or part of a failing institution. Sink or swim? analyses...
The Hard Truth About ‘Soft’ Subjects

The Hard Truth About ‘Soft’ Subjects

Read Publication Pupils may be unknowingly ruining their chances of getting into a top university by choosing so-called ‘soft’ A-levels including Law, Media Studies and Psychology. The hard truth about ‘soft’ subjects reveals that the vast majority of...