A study by Hepi concluded that students support the reintroduction of maintenance grants for the poorest students
Labour must avoid the pitfalls of the Augar review and deliver sustained investment, Prof Lynn Dobbs said at a conference fringe event
The review's central proposal to cut tuition fees to £7,500 will now not go ahead, government sources say
The House of Lords science and technology select committee said government needed to ensure there was no loss of funding if tuition fees are cut to £7,500
What could the review of post-18 education mean for the sector?
As rumours gather about delays in Whitehall, Alistair Jarvis sets out criteria against which to judge Philip Augar's report
New research by Intergenerational Foundation highlights unfairness in student loans system
In light of the UCAS deadline, Bill Rammell, vice chancellor at the University of Bedfordshire and former higher education minister, comments on the upcoming challenges to higher education
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