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Variable Tuition Fees in England – Second report

This is the second annual report on the effects of the introduction of the new higher education fees arrangements for UK and EU domiciled full-time undergraduates attending higher education institutions in England funded by the Higher Education Funding Council for England. 

It brings together a range of information from publicly accessible sources and the institutions themselves about the demand for higher education, the nature of the student body, the fees and bursary arrangements and the financial situation of institutions.

News

Sir Michael Barber gives speech at Universities UK

23 June 2017
The incoming chair of the Office for Students (OfS), has given his maiden speech today at Universities UK.

Response to Labour policy on tuition fees

22 May 2017
If the current tuition fee and income-contingent loan repayment system in England were to be scrapped, the gap would need to be met in full from other sources of public finance.

Blog

Research misconduct: how universities are addressing the issue

30 March 2017
Jamie Arrowsmith, Programme Manager at Universities UK, discusses the progress universities have made in addressing research misconduct.

Changes to higher education mean sector agencies must adapt

31 January 2017
Sir David Bell, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Reading, discusses recommendations from the sector agency review.