Tag Archives: higher education

‘Browne review: Securing a sustainable future for higher education’

Wondering what Lord Browne’s report says in it its own words? Read the review in full inside this article.

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Ouch, VAT hurts! Students will suffer from tax rise

As George Osborne’s emergency budget was announced, little was given away about higher education – but there was still reason for students to sulk.

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Gillian Merron: ‘The current HE system is fairer than ever’

Gillian Merron, Labour’s PPC for Lincoln, tells University of Lincoln students why they should vote for her.

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Reginald Shore: ‘Students want change that Lib Dems can bring’

Reginald Shore, Liberal Democrat PPC for Lincoln, tells University of Lincoln students why they should vote for him.

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Karl McCartney: ‘There should be no limit on aspiration’

Karl McCartney, Tory PPC for Lincoln, tells University of Lincoln students why they should vote for him.

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Increase in young English people attending university

More students are attending university each year — with most young English girls going to university — according to the Government.

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University barely scratched by HE cuts

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.

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Embrace older learners, says Universities UK report

Universities should deal with an ageing population by engaging the older members of society, says a new report.

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Cut your coat according to your cloth

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.

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50,000 shortfall in university places

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.

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