Writer Profile: Katie
Having spent six years of my life as a student (two of which was spent studying abroad), I’ve certainly learnt a thing or two along the way about making student finances stretch as far as possible. As Editor at Save the Student, I’m now focussing on passing on that knowledge as best I can.
Got a tip you want to share? Reach me on katie[at]savethestudent.org
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Plans to use the Teaching Excellence Framework to increase tuition fees was unexpectedly shot down by House of Lords last night.
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The UCU’s report has been described as an ‘embarrassment’ to universities, and suggests tuition fees are being spent irresponsibly.
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From autumn 2017, universities will be expected to take a standardised approach to dealing with students who pay for essay-writing services.