The deep roots of University reputation

“April is the cruellest month, wrote TS Eliot. If you are a university vice chancellor you might think that July and August are worse; it was a miserable summer for higher education reputations, as universities found themselves rounded upon by press and politicians for a litany of sins, including eye-watering VC pay, grade inflation and a ‘usurious’ interest rate on student loans …” (more)

[Ben Verinder and Sue Wolstenholme, Wonkhe, 9 October]

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