On Tuesday 12th October the independent review of Higher Education Funding and Student Finance in the UK released its findings – the Browne Report.
The Browne Report proposes a radical overhaul of the British University system, with unknown implications for future students. This space is for further analysis of the report, the context in which it has been released and its implications for the future. It is designed to further the discussion from our debate at the opening Student Seminar of 2010/11.
– What would be the impact of the proposed changes to the education system in the UK?
– In the current economic climate, what are the social implications of such reforms to Higher Education?
– In what way does the report reflect a redefinition of the role of the State, Universities, Students and Society in the UK?
This is an issue that will affect students across the UK, so building the widest range of opinions and furthering our understanding is highly significant. Please get involved.
The Report itself can be found here
All comments are welcome and encouraged.