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Parliamentary briefing: The undergraduate funding system in England

Parliamentary briefing front cover

A briefing for parliamentarians highlighting some of the strengths of the current funding system for undergraduate teaching in England, with a number of recommendations about how the university sector can work with government to retain what is good about the system while seeking enhancements.



   

 

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