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Adult participation in learning at its lowest level in 22 years

Research carried out by the Learning and Work Institute (LWI) and part funded by the DfE, has found adult
participation in education has fallen to a record low. Only 35% of the adults surveyed said that they had participated in any form of learning during the
previous three years.

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MEG Response to DfE Consultation on Higher Technical Education

Principal author: John Widdowson, Chair, MEG and Editor: Nick Whitehouse, Coordinator, MEG

To view the full MEG response see here


Office for Students publishes data on changes in healthcare student numbers

From 2017, funding reforms to pre-registration healthcare university courses meant that students could access loans to cover tuition fees and living costs rather than non-repayable bursaries and gave universities more flexibility in the provision of healthcare courses

to access the OfS link click here

Thinking about your uni choices? Discover Uni has official information to help you: Decide if uni is right for you Choose what and where to study Find and compare courses

Although the term ‘uni ‘ is being used College based courses are included

click the link here to access the uni choices website