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Minimum entry requirements ‘unworkable and anti-inclusion’

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MillionPlus chief urges ministers to reconsider minimum eligibility plans

The introduction of minimum entry requirements for access to student finance in England would be “unworkable” and “against the core principles of inclusion”, according to the head of the MillionPlus group of universities.

A government consultation on the possible introduction of MERs—which could mean students in England can only access student loans if they achieve strong grades in English and Maths at GCSE—closes today.

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