Tag Archive > #CapsOff

Latest budget: how it affects you

» 26 November 2015 » No Comments

Yesterday, the government announced the Autumn Spending Review, and there are some key points that will affect University students. There is some great stuff in the review, but there is also a lot that has a negative impact on current and future University students. #CapsOff and tuition fee loans The #CapsOff campaign around the new […]

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#CapsOff – Response from the University and lobbying letter to MP

» 11 September 2015 » No Comments

I have just received a joint response from both the current and future Vice-Chancellors, Don Nutbeam and Christopher Snowden, outlining their stance on our decision to support the #CapsOff campaign. Whilst our current Vice-Chancellor, Don Nutbeam, has done much to ensure the introduction of a structured loan for UK Postgraduate Taught students, it is the […]

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#CapsOff – Age limit of 30 on new Postgraduate loans

» 03 September 2015 » No Comments

What is it about? The last government decided to put an age cap of 30 on the new scheme for postgraduate taught loans, which are due to be introduced in 2016. #CapsOff is a campaign that has been set up by the NUS, which offers a number of key arguments and campaign ideas to put pressure on government and […]

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