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Ray Brogden, COO of Qualifi Awarding Organisation and founding partner of PAM Education Consultancy joins the Global Cyber Academy Advisory Council. The International Advisory Council brings together some of the world’s most experienced cyber security and business resilience practitioners and policy-makers. Based in London, Global Cyber Academy is the world’s first dedicated cyber security academy...
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High interest rates on student loans should be cut from 6 per cent to 1.5 per cent to prevent middle-earning graduates from paying back more, the House of Lords economic affairs committee said. The report from the committee argued that the higher education system offers poor value for money to students and the taxpayer, and...
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The tuition fee system for England’s universities is ripping off students and giving taxpayers poor value for money, says a parliamentary committee. The House of Lords economic affairs committee attacked a “deeply unfair” system of fees and loans. Committee chairman and former Conservative minister, Lord Forsyth, said they had also been “quite astonished by the...
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Asked by the new Office for Students if university tuition fees represent good value, are among a significant majority – 62% – who say they don’t think it’s worth the cost. The OfS spoke to 5,685 current higher education students in England and 534 recent graduates. When asked whether their overall investment in higher education...
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Many of Qualifi’s UK regulated qualifications are now recognised for Advanced learning Loans. Additional information relating to student eligibility for Advanced Learning Loans can be found here https://www.gov.uk/advanced-learner-loan/overview For more information on our qualifications please contact us.  
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Complete article here – https://www.theguardian.com/education/2018/jan/11/justine-greening-blocked-bid-reduce-tuition-fees-nick-timothy Extracts below. Theresa May’s former chief of staff has accused the former education ministers Justine Greening and Jo Johnson of blocking attempts to reduce university tuition fees and reform higher education. Nick Timothy wrote: “Young people must be given better choices at 18. Right now, the incentives tell them to go to...
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Full article here – http://www.bbc.com/news/education-41796728 Extracts below. Scrapping interest on student loans and extending the time limit on paying it back could help to avoid a future debt crisis, a centre-right think tank says. UK 2020 is proposing that interest on all student loans – typically 6% a year – should be scrapped. This would reduce...
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Further information here: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/office-for-students-regulatory-framework-for-higher-education This consultation sets out the context for the creation of the Office for Students and for the proposed regulatory approach and the detail of that proposed approach. This consultation seeks your views on: the proposed risk-based regulatory approach for the higher education sector the guidance on the conditions, behaviours, and evidence...
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Full article here – https://feweek.co.uk/2017/09/22/massive-1bn-fe-loans-underspend-revealed/ Extracts below A massive 58 percent of FE loans funding – amounting to almost £1 billion – has not been spent since 2013, FE Week can reveal. The Student Loans Company, which processes advanced learner loans on behalf of the Education and Skills Funding Agency, revealed that just £652 million in loan-funded...
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Full article here – https://feweek.co.uk/2017/09/29/revealed-200m-adult-education-budget-underspend/ Extracts below: Multiple sources have confirmed to FE Week that around 13 percent of the £1.5 billion AEB budget went unspent in 2016/17 – a situation sector leaders described as “worrying” and “frustrating”. David Hughes, the AoC’s chief executive, said he has been discussing the underspend with the ESFA to...
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