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As George Osborne’s emergency budget was announced, little was given away about higher education – but there was still reason for students to sulk.
Gillian Merron, Labour’s PPC for Lincoln, tells University of Lincoln students why they should vote for her.
Reginald Shore, Liberal Democrat PPC for Lincoln, tells University of Lincoln students why they should vote for him.
Karl McCartney, Tory PPC for Lincoln, tells University of Lincoln students why they should vote for him.
More students are attending university each year — with most young English girls going to university — according to the Government.
With universities across the country facing cuts of up to 14%, the University of Lincoln gets an actual budget increase from the Higher Education Funding Council for England for the coming year.
Universities should deal with an ageing population by engaging the older members of society, says a new report.
Mike Hodges opines that the bursaries cut coming next year is a valuable lesson is life, where in the current economic climate everyone has to tighten their belts.
University applicants were told on Wednesday that nearly 50,000 of them would not get a place. This year 52,000 more people applied to universities in England compared to last year, but there are only 3,000 more places available.