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A Student Premium?

17 Jan 2014 – GuildHE Admin

Which gives disadvantaged young (or older) people the better chance of wanting to do a degree and actually getting one – George Osborne’s commitment to taking the cap off full time undergraduate numbers in the Autumn Statement? Or the £330m …

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Witty’s arrows of outrageous fortune

15 Oct 2013 – Andy Westwood

By opting for a ‘sector not postcode’ approach, Andrew Witty suggests a different path for universities to boost economic growth than his predecessors. Read Andy Westwood’s blog on The Guardian Higher Education Network – http://www.theguardian.com/higher-education-network/blog/2013/oct/15/witty-report-universities-growth-economy Facebook0Google+0TwitterLinkedin

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Economic vs social conservatism?

27 Sep 2013 – Andy Westwood

On the face of it, the Conservatives should be looking forward to discussing higher education at their party conference in Manchester. As we will no doubt hear, the numbers of full time students starting this year look to have bounced back to somewhere …

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