Higher education - Bluffers' guide to white paper

1st July 2011 at 01:00

- Universities may compete for a quarter of student places from 2012.

- The Office for Fair Access could be handed powers to crack down on institutions that fail to attract poorer students.

- Universities must publish "report cards" showing data on contact hours, student satisfaction and employment outcomes.

- Private companies and charities will be allowed to sponsor students.

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