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There have been plenty of headlines recently claiming that UK universities are rejecting British students in favour of international students and that Our universities fall for the glitter of foreign gold. This is not a new story; we see these … Continue reading
For some, the principle of whether there should be a market in higher education is still debatable, but analysis of the opening position for 2012-13 shows that the sector is already there.
UCAS have been releasing applications figures every month since the early deadline closed in October 2011. Now that we’re approaching the summer, what can we say about the current state of play? In May last year, nearly all applicants, some … Continue reading
University admissions were front page news at the Labour Party conference with suggestions from AQA that university applicants should be ranked according to school performance ’allowing applicants from diverse socio-economic backgrounds to compete fairly for university places‘. Universities already use … Continue reading