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More UK university groups warn against entry proposals

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GuildHE and University Alliance outline responses to government consultations

University bodies have warned that government proposals to restrict student numbers and set minimum entry requirements could “crush aspiration” and “narrow educational opportunities”.

In their responses to the government’s consultation on higher education reforms in England, which closes today, GuildHE, which represents small and specialist institutions, and the professional and technical universities body University Alliance (UA), raised concerns that the proposals could hamper student success.

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