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Full article here – https://www.theguardian.com/education/2017/sep/23/what-next-for-englands-troubled-universities-tuition-fees-vice-chancellors-pay Over the last 30 years, our universities have engaged in a radical experiment in growth. In 1990 there were 46 universities in the UK educating about 350,000 students. Now there are at least 130, accommodating more than two million. Each era has generated a different answer to the old question...
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Despite the overwhelming focus of HE being on Universities, degrees and masters qualifications, the HE sector has an alternative provision that is increasingly supported and promoted by many influential and powerful individuals and organisations. Full article here – https://www.theguardian.com/higher-education-network/2017/sep/20/power-list-the-50-people-with-most-influence-over-uk-universities Published by Wonkhe – a thinktank for higher education policy “wonks” – the list includes the...
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Jo Johnson, Higher Education Minister in the UK has advised that students cannot be taken for granted by universities – http://www.telegraph.co.uk/education/2017/08/17/students-will-no-longer-taken-granted-universities-made-sure/   Jo outlines: “While University may not be the right choice for everyone, including those who want to learn (and earn) on the job including apprenticeships, the proportion of young people on their way to...
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