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UK Higher Education in 2017: Guardian’s Predictions

Published: January 11, 2017

Bodleian Library, Oxford University

The Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, was founded in year 1602. 

The Guardian’s education experts (some of the finest in the industry, we think) have provided their take on what key changes we can expect to see in the UK Higher Education environment this year. Unsurprisingly – and perhaps somewhat unfortunately – the list is more politically fuelled than it might have been other years. Here are the headlines:

  • The Brexit brain drain will gather pace
  • Medals for universities will cause a stir (read our take on this)
  • 2017 will be the year universities reconcile themselves to Brexit (read our take on this)
  • A radical start, with more rent strikes

Want the full context? Read the article over at The Guardian.

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