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NUS Daily Digest (Friday 2 October 2015)

Friday 02-10-2015 - 09:33

Your daily summary of stories about NUS and the sector in the press.

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Student leader rules out link-up with advocacy group Cage
BBC

Scrapping tuition fees has helped rich students at the expense of poor ones
Economist

 

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Apprentices get minimum wage boost with paypackets of lowest-earning up 20 per cent
FE Week

UK student visa policy could shut out future leaders, says thinktank
Guardian

Britain will ‘be impoverished’ because of strict international student visa policies, warns upcoming Oxford vice-chancellor
Independent

Prevent strategy: naming and shaming of universities sparks concern
Times Higher Education

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