UNIVERSITIES UK: Student funding panel

Read the EPC’s response here.


The reforms to higher education aimed to put students at the heart of the system and ensure quality and value for money for students. The Panel will be considering the extent to which the reforms have affected the choices made by prospective students, and the impact on specific groups of students. The effects of the reforms on student expectations and the student experience will be considered, and whether the reforms have delivered a system of support that maximises participation in higher education.

Related documents

Click here to read UUK’s Student Funding Panel report

Update: Click here to read  UUK’s report on the outcome of student funding panel (Jun 2015)

Notify of
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Related articles

DfE call for evidence on Generative AI in education

The EPC’s Education, Employability and Skills Committee responded to The Department for Education (DfE) position on generative AI in and...


DfE Advanced British Standard consultation

The Department for Education (DfE) is seeking to introduce  a new Baccalaureate-style qualification framework for 16 to 19 year-olds, the...


IfATE Lifelong Learning Entitlement Consultation

Lifelong Learning Entitlement Consultation The Institute of Apprenticeships and Technical Education is consulting on how the employer stamp of approval...


Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education (IfATE) Apprenticeship Public Survey

IfATE has launched an Apprenticeship Public Survey for Engineering & Manufacturing. The survey relates to apprenticeship materials across seven routes...

Let us know what you think of our website