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TOUGH 3 YEARS AHEAD FOR UNIVERSITIES, REPORT WARNS
TOUGH 3 YEARS AHEAD FOR UNIVERSITIES, REPORT WARNS
APPLICATIONS FALL FOR MEDICINE, DENTISTRY AND VET SCIENCE
APPLICATIONS FALL FOR MEDICINE, DENTISTRY AND VET SCIENCE
CALL FOR MORE UNIVERSITY PLACES FOR POORER STUDENTS
CALL FOR MORE UNIVERSITY PLACES FOR POORER STUDENTS
TOP UNIVERSITY PLACES FOR DISADVANTAGED PUPILS
TOP UNIVERSITY PLACES FOR DISADVANTAGED PUPILS
UK UNIVERSITIES ON EBOLA ALERT
UK UNIVERSITIES ON EBOLA ALERT
UK UNIVERSITIES WARNED AGAINST OVER-RELIANCE ON CHINA
UK UNIVERSITIES WARNED AGAINST OVER-RELIANCE ON CHINA
STUDENT VOTES COULD SWING CONTROL OF A QUARTER OF SEATS, SAYS NUS
STUDENT VOTES COULD SWING CONTROL OF A QUARTER OF SEATS, SAYS NUS
UK AND US LOSE GROUND IN RANKINGS AS ASIA RISES
UK AND US LOSE GROUND IN RANKINGS AS ASIA RISES
FOUR UK UNIVERSITIES RANKED AMONG WORLD'S TOP SIX
FOUR UK UNIVERSITIES RANKED AMONG WORLD'S TOP SIX
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Big financial challenges ahead for universities, HEFCE report warns

Universities face tough financial challenges over the next three years, a report from the Higher Education Funding Council for England has warned.

Stakes rise in the HE "capital arms race"

UK universities are taking aim at a bigger share of the home and international student markets by investing billions of pounds in eye-catching new buildings and campus facilities. But as the stakes rise in this “capital arms race”, questions are being asked about how long it can be sustained. HEi-know examines where the money is going, and where it is coming from.

HEi News Roundup October 20

Higher education news from the weekend and last week

Tracking student demand for degree subjects

The Higher Education Funding Council for England has published new interactive data showing trends in student demand across all subjects. Ruth Tucker, Hefce's HE policy adviser, explains the thinking behind the exercise and explores some of the initial findings.

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