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Tuition fee cuts could cause chaos, vice-Chancellors warn
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Tuition fee cuts could cause chaos, vice-Chancellors warn

December 10th, 2018 | by Cayla Viner
Earlier this month the prime minister put forward a proposal to cut fees from the current £9250 to £6500. Almost immediately, Tim Bradshaw, the chair and chief executive of the Russell Group, posed the question: “Would the...
Business provides workplace programmes for disabled graduates
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Business provides workplace programmes for disabled graduates

October 22nd, 2018 | by Cayla Viner
The UK has a 30.4% gap between non-disabled and disabled people in employment. With only 50.7% disabled people employed, there’s an indication that there are many challenges for disabled people in regards to finding work as...
British business tackle lack of workplace inclusivity
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British business tackle lack of workplace inclusivity

October 22nd, 2018 | by Cayla Viner
The UK has a 30.4% gap between non-disabled and disabled people in employment. With only 50.7% disabled people employed, there’s an indication that there are many challenges for disabled people in regards to finding work as...
Calls for new international student Visas
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Calls for new international student Visas

October 15th, 2018 | by Cayla Viner
International Student Visas have sparked a great deal of debate in the North East since the post study option was abolished in 2012. Currently, students who have come from outside of the EU are only given 4 months after their...