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Universities have provided poor value for money since raising fees to a maximum of £9,000 a year, a report has found. Approximately a third of students thought universities were not good value - a substantial rise since the trebling of fees, the Higher Education Policy Institute found.
SNP press release The SNP has reiterated its commitment to free access to Higher Education as it has been revealed today that elite universities south of the bord...
Labour press release Stephen Twigg MP, Labour's Shadow Education Secretary, and Chuka Umunna MP, Labour's Shadow Business Secretary, will visit Westminster Kingsw...
The increase in university fees has led to an increase in the number of students who do not view their course as value for money, according to a study released today...
IPPR press release Vocational education damaged by league table changes Government policy could result in higher youth unemployment Government tinkering with...
The Centre for Social Justice press release School failure conference: CSJ teams up with leading anti-gangs charity A leading charity and think-tank have teamed...
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