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FOUR UK UNIVERSITIES RANKED AMONG WORLD'S TOP SIX
FOUR UK UNIVERSITIES RANKED AMONG WORLD'S TOP SIX
GROWING SUPPORT FOR TECHNICAL DEGREES
GROWING SUPPORT FOR TECHNICAL DEGREES
NEW HE MINISTER RULES OUT FEES RISE
NEW HE MINISTER RULES OUT FEES RISE
LIB DEMS PROMISE HE FINANCE REVIEW
LIB DEMS PROMISE HE FINANCE REVIEW
LABOUR PLANS "EARN WHILE YOU LEARN" TECHNICAL DEGREES
LABOUR PLANS "EARN WHILE YOU LEARN" TECHNICAL DEGREES
POLL FINDS PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS
POLL FINDS PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR FOREIGN STUDENTS
A LEVEL PASSES FALL BUT MORE AWARDED TOP GRADE
A LEVEL PASSES FALL BUT MORE AWARDED TOP GRADE
STUDENT SATISFACTION AT TEN YEAR HIGH
STUDENT SATISFACTION AT TEN YEAR HIGH
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HEi News Roundup September 15

Higher educations news from the weekend and last week

University Technical Colleges show promise despite recruitment challenges

Both the UK coalition government and the Labour Party have pledged support for University Technical Colleges, with at least 50 expected to be operational in the coming years. A call for more "technical degrees" is expected to re-emerge at the forthcoming Labour Party annual conference. HEi-know looks at how they have performed so far, and the challenges they face.

Tuition fees should be mean tested, says charity

Means-tested tuition fees should be introduced so that poorer students borrow less, according to a new social mobility manifesto from the Sutton Trust.

International students are welcomed, say UK students

A new survey of UK students' attitudes to international students has found a high level of integration and acceptance, with 74 per cent of UK students stating they believe international students are welcomed by theirpeers in the UK.

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