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OfS raises concerns about 50 institutions’ access plans

       

England’s regulator writes to providers to seek reassurance over access and participation work

The Office for Students has written to around 50 higher education providers to request further evidence that they are fulfilling the promises outlined in their access and participation plans.

OfS-registered providers are obliged to publish access and participation plans that have been approved by England’s university regulator in order to charge higher tuition fees. According to a monitoring report published on 25 November, while most institutions are adhering to their approved plans, the OfS is concerned that one in five are not.

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