Higher education is on the edge, the government is lobbying to implement fees based on the subjects that you study - £6,500 for arts subjects to £13,000 for medicine and dentistry. With no sign of a government top up, and the government resolute in not bailing out universities when they run out of money, the likely effect of this is more institutions pushed to collapse.
The first stage of NUS' campaigning activity on this is simple: stop differential fees becoming an official recommendation of the Augar Review into Post-18 Funding. To do this, we need to make sure everyone influential is speaking out against them.
This is your hub for resources and campaign material about the policy issues at hand, so don't forget to visit regularly as more updates will follow.
Amatey Education On The Edge launch blog [Link]
Downloadable Christmas card [PDF] [DOC] [Instructions]
Amatey Policy Explainer Video [YouTube Link]
Digital Calendar [Check Daily]