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Universities UK submission to the House of Commons select committee inquiry into value for money in higher education

Consultations and responses
12 December 2017

Universities UK’s written evidence to the Education Select Committee, to inform its ongoing inquiry into value for money in higher education. 

This submission covers a wide range of issues, including the benefits of higher education to both graduates and the taxpayer, how universities ensure value for money for these groups, how universities support social mobility, senior management pay in universities, and the role of the new Office for Students

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