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MPs TO PROBE VALUE FOR MONEY IN HE
MPs TO PROBE VALUE FOR MONEY IN HE
IFS SLASHES BILLIONS OFF GRADUATE DEBT WRITE-OFF
IFS SLASHES BILLIONS OFF GRADUATE DEBT WRITE-OFF
VCs DESCRIBE PROPOSED NEW HE MEASURES AS "DISAPPOINTING"
VCs DESCRIBE PROPOSED NEW HE MEASURES AS "DISAPPOINTING"
MINISTER ANNOUNCES MEASURES TO TACKLE DEGREE GRADE INFLATION
MINISTER ANNOUNCES MEASURES TO TACKLE DEGREE GRADE INFLATION
HE NEEDS TOOLS TO NAVIGATE TURBULENT TIMES
HE NEEDS TOOLS TO NAVIGATE TURBULENT TIMES
UK UNIVERSITIES LOSE GROUND IN QS WORLD RANKINGS
UK UNIVERSITIES LOSE GROUND IN QS WORLD RANKINGS
ONLINE STUDENT EXPERIENCE PAYS DIVIDENDS AT DERBY
ONLINE STUDENT EXPERIENCE PAYS DIVIDENDS AT DERBY
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MPs to probe value for money in higher education

The House of Commons education select committee has launched an inquiry into value for money in higher education.

Writing off graduate debt would cost £80bn less than claimed, but only high earners would gain, says IFS

The long term cost of writing off graduate debt after a general election in five years would be up to £80 billion lower than some politicians and commentators have claimed, an analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies.

MillionPlus paper calls for defence of student mobility in Brexit talks

A new policy briefing from MillionPlus, highlights the key issues that the UK’s representatives need to negotiate to ensure that UK and EU students can continue to study in each other’s countries and that the UK’s universities can continue to trade in Europe post-Brexit.