Sunday, July 23, 2017

Cambridge plans postgraduate growth to counter financial worries - John Morgan, Times Higher Education

The University of Cambridge is planning an expansion of postgraduate student numbers as the institution seeks to counter a “continuing deterioration” in financial outlook that it attributes partly to Brexit and higher education policy uncertainty. Cambridge’s plans for “reviewing student number planning” were detailed in a statement to the university’s governing Regent House by Duncan Maskell, senior pro vice-chancellor for planning and resources, on the institution’s budget report.

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