AFTER BROWNE: The New Competitive Regime for English Higher Education
From 2012 English universities and colleges will be operating in a more demanding market environment. There will be competition on tuition fees for undergraduate (Baccalaureate) programs for the first time. New private, including â€œfor profitâ€, providers will be entering the market. There will be much more information about what institutions will be offering to existing and potential students. The Government believes that this will raise quality as well as providing a sustainable basis for the future. However there is little evidence to support these beliefs and considerable grounds for supposing that these policies will create a more stratified, and potentially more wasteful, system.
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- Roger Brown, 2010. "What Future For Uk Higher Education?," University of California at Berkeley, Center for Studies in Higher Education qt0pf61534, Center for Studies in Higher Education, UC Berkeley.
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