Staying on top: The challenge of sustaining world-class higher education in the UK

14 May 2010

This report, released shortly after the UK General Election in May 2010, warns of the dangers of under-investment in Britain’s leading research-intensive universities and the wider implications for the health of the UK economy.

Staying on top: The challenge of sustaining world-class higher education in the UK

 

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