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In The News:

BBC News: Universities’ teaching grant cut by 6%. 20 December 2010

BBC News: What will cuts mean for education? 20 October 2010

Guardian: University funding cuts: which institutions are worst hit? 17 March 2011

Guardian: Careers service and literacy hit by schools funding cuts. 26 December 2011

Guardian: England’s newer universities face biggest cuts as teaching budgets slashed. 17 March 2011

Known Details:

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Central School of Speech and Drama teaching grants The Central School of Speech and Drama (CSSD) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, CSSD will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Conservatoire for Dance and Drama teaching grants The Conservatoire for Dance and Drama (CDD) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the CDD will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Courtauld Institute of Art teaching grants The Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London, is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Courtauld will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Goldsmiths College teaching grants Goldsmiths College, University of London, is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Goldsmiths will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Guildhall School of Music and Drama teaching grants Guildhall School of Music and Drama is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Guildhall will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Heythrop College teaching grants Heythrop College, University of London, is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Heythrop will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Institute of Education teaching grants The Institute of Education (IoE) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the IoE will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Leeds College of Music teaching grants Leeds College of Music (LCM) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, LCM will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Leeds Trinity University College teaching grants Leeds Trinity University College (formerly Leeds Trinity and All Saints) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Leeds Trinity will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Liverpool Hope University staff Around 100 staff at Liverpool Hope University are to lose their jobs by September 2011.The university announced that one in 10 staff would be made redundant as it attempts to slash annual costs by £6m in response to government funding cuts.Redundancies will hit across the board, affecting the university’s 300 academic staff as well as administrative staff at its Childwall and Everton campuses.A small number of courses will also be cut, while some departments will be merged.
London School of Economics teaching grants The London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the LSE will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Newman University College teaching grants Newman University College (formerly Newman College of Higher Education) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Newman will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Norwich University College of the Arts teaching grants Norwich University College of the Arts (NUCA), formerly known as Norwich School of Art and Design, is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, NUCA will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Rose Bruford College teaching grants Rose Bruford College of Theatre and Performance (RBC) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, RBC will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Royal Academy of Music teaching grants The Royal Academy of Music is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the Royal Academy will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Royal College of Music teaching grants The Royal College of Music (RCM) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the RCM will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although
Royal Northern College of Music teaching grants The Royal Northern College of Music (RNCM) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the RNCM will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
School of Oriental and African Studies teaching grants The School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the SOAS will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance teaching grants Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Trinity Laban will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
University College Birmingham teaching grants University College Birmingham (UCB) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, the UCB will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
University College Falmouth teaching grants University College Falmouth (UCF) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, UCF will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
University College Plymouth St Mark & St John teaching grants The College of St Mark & St John (Marjon) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Marjon will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
University of Chichester teaching grants The University of Chichester is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Chichester University will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
University of Dundee staff 193 jobs sought by university management. Local UCU trade union branch balloting on industrial action as management refuse to rule out compulsory redundancies.
University of Winchester teaching grants The University of Winchester is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, Winchester University will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
York St John University teaching grants York St John University (YSJ) is facing the abolition of its entire teaching grant under the government’s plans to radically cut higher education funding following the Browne Review.In order to make up this massive funding shortfall, YSJ will have to increase tuition fees to at least £7,000 a year – although many institutions will go further and treble fees to £9,000 a year.
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