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Research from the British Council shows that students are considering studying abroad due to the cost of tuition

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Phin Adams, aka ‘Pop Man’, in the CamFM studios
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File image: Muslim students are divided over the issue of whether or not they should have - or even need - a sharia law-compliant student loans system

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Government consultation now underway – with reports Muslims are divided on the issue

UCU picket line at the University of East Anglia on 1st November

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Lecturers threatening to boycott marking students' final-year exams have postponed industrial action to consider a pay offer from the universities.

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The town versus gown divide in Cambridge has grown in recent decades as the university is "closed off" from the general public, classicist Mary Beard has warned.

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Students voted for a range of left-wing and progressive policies at the recent NUS conference in Liverpool, including free education, a 5:1 payscale, a cops off campus campaign and a formal condemnation of the UK Independence Party.

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Sally Hunt, of the University and College Union, said it would be a tragedy if students were put off

University does not pay after graduates see wages plummet

Starting salaries for graduates have fallen over the last five years, fuelling fears students will be discouraged from going to university because of the poor return in wages for the fees they have paid.

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