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University of Lincoln staff are “delighted” after placing 54th out of 119 universities in the Guardian‘s 2016 university league tables, a rise of 11 places on the previous year.
A report released by consumer watchdog Which? has questioned whether students in higher education get “a degree of value”.
Lincoln joins the 9k club, but is university worth paying that much? Jack Dobson-Smith argues that although university is a choice, Lincoln made the wrong one.
Chris Charnley, Lincoln Students’ Union president, has labelled Karl McCartney, Lincoln’s Tory MP, “uneducated” about higher education.
Karl McCartney hints that he would support a higher cap on fees in an interview with The Linc, though he stopped short of explicitly stating his position.
Scott Wheeler thinks Nick Clegg lied to his Sheffield constituents, many of whom are students, about his stance on tuition fees — and that he’ll pay for it come 2015.
No cap on fees, higher interest rates on repayments, and repayment threshold of £21k, says Lord Browne’s higher education spending review.
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