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Sutton Trust report warns that finding is ‘cause for concern’
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UPP Foundation will seek to invest money in areas such as access and retention for students from disadvantaged backgrounds
Pilot scheme at Lady Margaret Hall will accept 12 students who ‘would not normally apply or succeed in competing through conventional channels’
After months of criticism over potential chilling effect of new rules, campaigners say clarification is ‘good news’
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New course in historical research follows decision to cut undergraduate fees a year early
TUC analysis of the ONS Labour Force Survey highlights gap between BME and white workers
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Number of signatories will trigger a mandatory government response
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Universities UK analysis claims that students from the rest of the European Union ‘spend money and create jobs in all corners of the UK’
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