Education Committee launches Brexit and further and higher education inquiry

October 2016
14-19 Learning & Skills Bulletin;10/5/2016, Issue 204, p13
The article focuses on the inquiry launched by Great Britain House of commons Education Select Committee to determine the impact of Brexit on higher education in Great Britain. It states that the committee is seeking opinions from university leaders, academics and students to identify risks and opportunities in Great Britain's higher education system. The committee's steps to seek protective measures to maintain the credibility of Great Britain universities are also discussed.


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