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Businesses should pay for students’ fees, says UCU report

The small increase of 5p in the pound for businesses could end tuition fees. Photo: Mark Bridge

The University and College Union and Compass are calling for the removal of tuition fees in exchange for a new “business education tax”, which could cover the cost of tuition fees for every UK student.

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University reacts to latest HE cuts announcement

Photo: Samuel Cox

The Higher Education Funding Council for England announced the specific areas of its budget that will be affected by the HE cuts. The University of Lincoln shouldn’t be in much trouble, though fines aren’t ruled out, The Linc has learnt.

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Looking ahead: Lincoln in 2010

Lincoln in 2010 — Illustration: Michael Schofield

The Linc editors look into the year ahead and put forward their main predictions about what’s going to be in and out at the University of Lincoln in 2010.

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New VC Professor Mary Stuart wants Lincoln ‘globally recognised’

The University of Lincoln’s new vice-chancellor has been in the job for a few weeks now, and The Linc sat down with her to hear about her vision for the future of the university.

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Universities face fines over extra students admitted

Universities across the country may face fines because they broke a government imposed cap on new students. Lincoln says it complied with the guidelines, and is “well within” the limit.

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University should escape recession unscathed

The recession has affected the whole country, but it looks like the University of Lincoln may not be as hard hit.

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University teaching funds to be cut by £0.5m

University of Lincoln’s teaching budget has been reportedly cut with over £0.5 million following new plans to save money.

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