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Briefing Report 387 UUK - Changing the Culture - One Year On

Briefing Report 387 UUK - Changing the Culture - One Year On

Briefing Report 386 Joint Committee on Human Rights - Freedom of Speech in Universities - Fourth Report of Session 2017-19

Briefing Report 386 Joint Committee on Human Rights - Freedom of Speech in Universities - Fourth Report of Session 2017-19

Briefing Report 385 DFE Influence of finance on higher education decision-making

Briefing Report 385 DFE Influence of finance on higher education decision-making

Briefing Report 384 HEPI Demand for Higher Education to 2030

Briefing Report 384 HEPI Demand for Higher Education to 2030

Briefing Report 383 Sutton Trust - The Lost Part-timers - The decline of part-time undergraduate higher education in England

Briefing Report 383 Sutton Trust - The Lost Part-timers - The decline of part-time undergraduate higher education in England

Briefing Report 382 Office for Students - Securing Student Success - Regulatory Framework for Higher Education in England

Briefing Report 382 Office for Students - Securing Student Success - Regulatory Framework for Higher Education in England

Briefing Report 381 Sutton Trust - Home and Away - Social, ethnic and spatial inequalities in student mobility

Briefing Report 381 Sutton Trust - Home and Away - Social, ethnic and spatial inequalities in student mobility

Briefing Report 380 HEPI - Differential Tuition Fees - Horses for Courses

Briefing Report 380 HEPI - Differential Tuition Fees - Horses for Courses

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