College of Law backs proposals to open up tuition fees market
The College of Law has thrown its support behind Lord Browne's review of student funding, which could see the removal of the cap on UK university fees. The College has rallied behind Browne's proposals for a free market for higher education fees, which is intended to increase competition and deliver higher standards of education. Browne's review, published today (12 October), suggests that the government should remove the £3,290 fee cap on tuition fees, allowing universities the freedom to decide how much to charge students.
The College of Law has thrown its support behind Lord Browne’s review of student funding, which could see the removal of the cap on UK university fees.
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