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Postgraduate taught education: the funding challenge

Postgraduate education has received increasing attention in recent years and the limited availability of funding for students on many postgraduate taught courses has emerged as a key issue. More recently, the government has stated it will investigate options to support … Continue reading

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Can you afford to go to uni? The answer is yes.

It’s been a couple of years since we saw the biggest changes to how students pay for university in a generation. In 2012, it seemed we were on the brink of a crisis with the perception of increased student debt … Continue reading

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How will changes to admissions affect university applicants in 2012?

As Nicola Dandridge pointed out in this blog in June, “this summer promises to be a voyage of discovery for students, parents, universities and policy makers with uncertainty the name of the game”. The university admissions process has received a … Continue reading

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Part-time study at university is key to economic growth

 Imagine a lecture hall filled with undergraduates. Perhaps, reasonably, you would assume that many are your ‘average student’ – young, living away from home and studying full-time for three years. But in reality, a good proportion of those undergraduates are … Continue reading

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