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NUS Daily Digest (Wednesday 17 August 2016)

Wednesday 17-08-2016 - 09:44

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

NUS

Swansea University's 'second-rate' tuition fees risk warning

BBC

Half of graduates who paid £9,000 tuition fees live with parents

Guardian

Half of graduates from first year of £9,000 tuition fees now back living with parents, damning NUS report reveals

Independent

Labour promises to reinstate student grants and EMA if elected

Independent

'Second-rate' education warning from Swansea University vice chancellor over fees

South Wales Evening Post

Class of 2015 are back living with parents

Times (£)

Arts graduates less likely to think degree was good value

Times Higher Education

Other

School pupils lack knowledge around apprenticeships, survey finds

TES

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