Tag Archives: Lord Browne

Coalition indicates it will keep fees capped

Nick Clegg has said that there will be a cap on fees, despite Lord Browne's proposal to remove it altogether. Photo: I Forbes

Nick Clegg has confirmed that the coalition will keep tuition fees capped, with the likely cap being around £7,000 per year.

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Lincoln students to MP: don’t leave us in the Browne stuff

Karl McCartney will be under pressure to represent the 14,000 current students of Lincoln. Photo: The Linc

Many students at the University of Lincoln have come out against the Browne report, labelling it ridiculous, dangerous and unfair — and warn Lincoln’s MP not to betray them.

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Browne review suggests no cap on tuition fees

Lord Browne has suggested that higher fees is the way forward in higher education funding. Photo: DECC

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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Browne Review: updates as they happen

Want to know what’s going on with Lord Browne’s review? Check back here to keep up to date with what’s happening and who’s reacting to the report.

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‘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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Lincoln vice-chancellor hits out at possible fees rise

Students will be protesting against the proposals in November. Photo: Roger Blackwell

Professor Mary Stuart has hit out at the possibility of increased tuition fees following Lord Browne’s higher education spending review.

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University of Lean-coln: how will cost cutting affect the university?

Scott Davidson, pictured, says the university has no current plans to cut jobs | Photo: University of Lincoln Press Office

The University of Lincoln is bracing itself for Lord Browne’s Higher Education spending review, the results of which will be published on October 20th.

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