Two-year degrees and the biopolitics of higher education

“The UK government’s recent proposal to introduce more two-year (‘accelerated’) degree courses in England has already attracted quite a lot of criticism. One aspect is student debt: given that universities will be allowed to charge up to £2,000 more for these ‘fast-track’ degrees, there are doubts in terms of how students will be able to afford them …” (more)

[Jana Bacevic, Times Higher Education, 26 December]


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