Bill of rights

November 25, 1994

Cambridge University Students Union launched a charter for undergraduates and guidelines for graduate study this week. The union will use the charter, which sets out the standard of education and welfare to which students should have the right, to form the basis of discussion on the future of higher education in Cambridge.

The guidelines recommend learner agreements between student and supervisor, the right to study resources and facilities, and the targeting of students for postgraduate application from groups which are under-represented.

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