Sustainable funding for higher education

11 November 2020

With the government set to respond to the Augar Review into post-18 education later in November, and thus the prospect of a potential tuition fee cut back on the agenda, our policy experts have put together our latest briefing on sustainable funding of Russell Group universities.

Our 24 universities, spread across every region and nation of the country, have been at the forefront of fighting Covid-19 and adapting to the challenges of 2020. Our members will have a crucial part to play in the economic and social recovery from the pandemic. Sustainably funding Britain's world-leading universities will ensure they can help the UK build back better, delivering high value education and graduates, ground-breaking research and thousands of quality local jobs.

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Sustainable funding for higher education

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