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Evidence session held on 12 December 2017. Further sessions will take place in early 2018.
The Education Committee invites written submissions on the following issues:
The Committee values diversity and seeks to ensure this where possible. We encourage members of underrepresented groups to submit written evidence. We aim to have diverse panels of Select Committee witnesses and ask organisations to bear this in mind when we ask them to choose a representative. We are currently monitoring the diversity of our witnesses.
Evidence given by Sam Brook, Warwick University graduate, Aaron Oreschnick, degree apprentice, Manchester Metropolitan University, Polly Tyler, Nottingham Trent University student, Taylor McGraa, Education Officer, Goldsmiths Students' UnionNicola Dandridge, Chief Executive, Office for Students, Amatey Doku, Vice President (Higher Education), National Union of Students, Conor Ryan, Director of Research and Communications, Sutton Trust
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Education Committee publishes the written evidence for its inquiry into value for money in higher education