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Value for money in Higher Education.

Value for money in Higher Education.

The Education Committee has today (8 Dec) published the written evidence for its inquiry into value for money in higher education. The written evidence covers topics such as vice-chancellor and senior management pay, the impact of student debt and value for money, and the support available for disadvantaged students.



The evidence submissions have been published ahead of the inquiry’s first public evidence session on Tuesday when the Committee will be questioning witnesses including representatives from the NUS, Office for Students (OfS) and the Sutton Trust. The Committee will also hear from students, including Sam Brook, a Warwick University graduate, who submitted evidence to the inquiry (entitling his written submission, “A letter to the government from a disgruntled graduate of 2016”).

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