NUS Daily Digest (Thurs 9 July 2015)

Thursday 09-07-2015 - 11:25

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


Budget 2015: Student maintenance grants scrapped


Osborne axes student grants and replaces them with loans and tells school leavers to work or study in 'earn or learn' push

The Daily Mail

Budget 2015: Students react to Osborne's announcement that maintenance grants will be scrapped

The Independent

Osborne accused of picking on young people with ‘earn or learn’ budget

The Guardian

Budget 2015: £3bn of university grants for poorest students AXED from April next year

The Mirror

Summer Budget: Students' Mixed Reactions To Osborne Cutting Maintenance Grants For Country's Poorest

The Huffington Post

Shelly Asquith: A Typical Tory Transaction: Tax Cuts for the Rich, Grants Cut for the Poorest Students

The Huffington Post

The Summer Budget 2015 – what’s in it and how will it affect students?

NUS Connect

Universities free to raise fees – if they pass the quality test

The Times (£)

Budget 2015: fees can rise for universities with ‘high-quality teaching’

Times Higher Education

'The poorest students will leave university with the biggest debts'

The Guardian

Budget 2015: Universities will be allowed to raise fees beyond £9,000, says George Osborne

The Independent

Dear George Osborne, education shouldn’t be a luxury

The Metro

Budget 2015: Student grants scrapped by George Osborne

The Telegraph

Budget 2015: Osborne moves towards fees market

Times Higher Education



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