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Trends in undergraduate recruitment

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7 August 2014

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This report, the third in our series The funding environment for universities 2014, examines recent trends in UK- and EU-domiciled undergraduate recruitment to higher education institutions in England and the challenges they present.

 It covers a period of significant change for universities, including ongoing transition to a new undergraduate funding system, reductions in public funding for higher education, and the impact of the global economic downturn. 

The team

Rosalind Lowe

Rosalind Lowe

Policy Researcher
Universities UK

Jovan Luzajic

Jovan Luzajic

Senior Policy Analyst
Universities UK

Julie Tam

Julie Tam

Assistant Director of Policy
Universities UK

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