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Changing landscapes: future scenarios for variable tuition fees

17 March 2009

This report forms an important part of the programme of work that Universities UK is undertaking in preparation for the independent review of variable tuition fees in higher education in England that will begin this year.

This new report which is based on work that CRA International has undertaken over the past few months, extends our work in a new direction by exploring the impact of a possible increase in the fee cap.

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