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Inquiry launched on 15 September 2017. Oral evidence ongoing.
Evidence sessions held on 12 December 2017, 21 and 27 February, and 27 March 2018.
The Education Committee is considering the following issues:
Treasury Committee - Student loans
On 18 February 2018, the Treasury Committee published a report relevant to this inquiry:
Evidence given by Professor Sir Ian Diamond, Chair, Independent review of higher education funding and student finance arrangements in Wales, Professor Anna Vignoles, Professor of Education and Director of Research, Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge, Stuart Cannell, Member of the student panel, Office for StudentsSir Michael Barber, Chair, Office for Students
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 hears from Sam Gyimah MP on value for money in higher education