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NUS Daily Digest (Tuesday 19 - Thursday 21 July 2016)

Thursday 21-07-2016 - 10:02

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

NUS

'I'd really wanted to become religion teacher, but that all changed at Queen's as I came to terms with being gay'

Belfast Telegraph

Warm welcome for new minister for apprenticeships and skills

FE Week

Students demonstrate against controversial Higher Education and Research Bill in Parliament Square

Independent

Universities announce fees above £9,000 limit

BBC

Universities are accused of 'arrogance' after announcing tuition fees above the £9,000-a-year cap - BEFORE MPs have officially lifted it

Daily Mail

Universities strongly condemned for further raising tuition fees, before legislation allowing them to is passed

Independent

Universities announce hike in fees above £9,000 threshold

Telegraph

Other

Employers warn of widening skills gap

BBC

Apprenticeship chaos warning by FE champion Baroness Sharp in final House of Lords speech

FE Week

It’s borrower beware when it comes to student loans

Guardian

A third of businesses plan to cut non-apprenticeship training because of levy, poll suggests

TES

HE Bill second reading: change is needed post-Brexit, say university leaders

Times Higher Education

Labour warns of rising tuition fees

BBC

Full steam ahead for apprenticeship levy launch

FE Week

Oxford college to increase intake of minority students following pressure to widen access

Telegraph

HE Bill passes second reading as Greening makes case for reforms

Times Higher Education

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