Reforming student finance to increase fairness and widen access – November 2017

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Sector: Economics of Education | Education and Labour Markets | Higher education | Labour market economics | Labour markets
Client: The Sutton Trust
Published: 16 November, 2017
Document type: Report 
Tagged: 2017 economics of education education England EU impact assessment labour market economics Northern Ireland quantitative analysis Scotland UK Wales

London Economics was commissioned by the Sutton Trust to analyse the cost to graduates, higher education institutions and the Exchequer associated with a range of student support scenarios, including combinations of: means-tested tuition fees based on household income; the re-introduction of maintenance grants to 2015/16 levels before their abolition; and changes to the interest rates associated with student loans. The analysis is published on the Sutton Trust website (use link above).