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REPOST (from WONKHE): Advocating for Higher Education in Parliament

Originally published on (view article here ) I recently attended an APPG on students’ skills and employability as a panellist to provide insight into a project that I lead at the University of Law Student Union – called  InspireX . My goal as a panellist at this parliamentary forum was to promote the role that universities can play in the development of student skills and in achieving favourable educational outcomes for the country. With the increasing spotlight on alternative ways to develop skills such as apprenticeships, there has been a growing conversation about the capability of universities to deliver needed educational outcomes for students who choose Higher Education. And when they do, there’s a parallel conversation about whether Universities are able to deliver these outcomes with value for money for all stakeholders involved. The points I made My position on the panel was this – that despite the various issues that might be facing the sector at the moment, univer

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