Ministers are short-selling universities

“The government is having a second go at curbing the growth in the number of students in universities. A year ago, universities were told to freeze their intakes. But a build-up of stories later in the spring about well-qualified students being turned away persuaded ministers that political discretion was the better part of valour. So they allowed universities to take an additional 10,000 students – unfunded, of course, except for their fees …” (more)

[Peter Scott, Guardian, 1 February]

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