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Universities UK submission to the 2013 Spending Round

Report page Universities UK’s submission to the government’s 2013 Spending Round sets out why and how universities are critical to maintaining the UK’s economic competitiveness, and places the UK university sector’s performance in the context of increasing investment from international competitors. 


It details what universities have been doing and plan to do to operate even more efficiently, and identifies the actions government must take, and the investments it must make, for UK higher education to continue to drive growth and remain internationally competitive.

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