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A review setting out options for a radical overhaul of university admissions in England has been launched by the higher education watchdog. The Office for Students has outlined an entry system which would scrap the use of predicted A-level grades. Instead, applications would be delayed until students had their exam results. Sir Michael Barber, chairman of the watchdog, said there was "widespread recognition" that parts of the admissions system were "not working". In a separate report, the Higher Education Policy Institute says a fairer system would be to remove tuition fees for the first year for students whose parents had not gone to university. The Office for Students' three-month revie... Vollständiger Text

27 Februar