Department for Business, Innovation and Skills – Accelerated courses and switching university or degree

View the call for evidence here.

Read the EPC’s response here.


This call for evidence ran from May 2016 to July 2016. The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills aimed to gauge demand from students for more switching between universities and degree courses. The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills wanted to know more about demand for accelerated degrees. The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills was interested in getting a better understanding of the barriers that prevent both types of more flexible approach from working effectively.

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