Low-cost subjects ‘should survive the loss of grants’

Low-cost subjects ‘should survive the loss of grants’ | Simon Baker | Times Higher Education | 14 October 2010

Lord Browne dismisses fears by insisting flexibility will maintain provision. Lord Browne has insisted that his panel’s proposal to remove teaching grants from lower-cost subjects such as arts, humanities and social sciences would not lead to the disciplines becoming the preserve of elite institutions.

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