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What’s Inside March 2011: University access University funding. Foreign students

JOURNAL STUDENT

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Graduates 'could pay back double their student loans' http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/educ ation-12767850 Some graduates could end up paying back double their original student loans under the new fees system in England, figures calculated for the BBC suggest OVERSEAS DIGITAL

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Digital Education Research Archive http://dera.ioe.ac.uk/ DERA is a digital archive of documents published electronically by government and related bodies in the area of education. It is created as a permanent web archive by staff of the Institute of education Library. University of London. Currently over 1,000 documents/ reports are accessible with more being added. Topics covered are broad ranging include schools, learning, higher education policy and finance.

Pathway to prosperity: making student immigration work for universities and the economy http://www.centreforum.org/asse ts/pubs/pathways-tosuccess.pdf CentreForum report Student visas - Home Affairs Committee report http://www.parliament.uk/docum ents/commonscommittees/homeaffairs/Studentvisas.pdf" HC733 released today the Commons Home Affairs Select


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Committee cautioned the Government against introducing measures which could damage the UK’s thriving educational export sector.

GOVERNMENT REPORTS Regulating financial sustainability in higher education http://www.nao.org.uk/publicatio ns/1011/financial_sustainability_ in_he.aspx National Audit Office report on the The Higher Education Funding Council argues that it has taken a cost-efficient approach and has delivered value for money in the context in which it has operated to date. However, the sector is facing a period of transition to a very different financial environment. HC: 816, 2010-2011. Review of Vocational Education: The Wolf Report http://www.education.gov.uk/pub lications/standard/publicationDe tail/Page1/DFE-00031-2011 This report considers how vocational education for 14 to 19 year-olds can be improved in order to promote successful progression into the labour market and into higher level education and training routes.

Education for all report 2011: UNESCO http://www.unesco.org/new/en/educ ation/themes/leading-theinternationalagenda/efareport/reports/2011conflict/ Key report from UNESCO measures damaging consequences of conflict for the Education for All goals

Compiled by Heather Dawson h.dawson@lse.ac.uk

Higher education reports march 2011  

our links to free onlien reports coverign Uk HE in 2011

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