Monthly Archives: March 2011

An Open Letter to the authors of the Senate Paper on the “Academic Implications of Changes to University Funding”

To Professor Foskett and the authors of the Senate Paper on the “Academic Implications of Changes to University Funding”, Firstly, I would like to ask for a reply that at least acknowledges the points raised here, even if you don’t … Continue reading

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Education valued in financial figures alone

This is the blurb I wrote for the campaign to save the Philosophy programme at Keele University. Can we really put a price on an education? How do you decide on its value? My name’s Andrew Willetts, in my second … Continue reading

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How to bankrupt a country’s educational system

Universities are having their funding cut like every part of the British Government, aside from the National Health Service. The need to reduce costs is understandable, but the scale of the cuts and the details of tuition fee rises will … Continue reading

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