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HE overview Monday, 24 November, 2003, 12:54 GMT


The government has published its long-awaited strategy for higher education.

Use the links on the right to read reaction to the proposals and examples of how they might affect different people and institutions.
Student grant threshold to rise
Students whose families have more than 10,000 a year should receive maintenance grants being re-introduced next year.
Student demo University fees to rise
Students could pay university fees of up to 3,000 a year under controversial plans for England and Wales.
What the strategy says
Details of the government's long-awaited announcement on the future of higher education.
Where are universities heading?
The BBC's Mike Baker goes over some of the finer print in the government's higher education strategy.
Students Scots universities voice funding fears
University principals tell the Scottish Executive of fears over the consequences of an increase in tuition fees in England and Wales.
Imperial's 'reassurance' over higher fees
Imperial College in London has said it has no intention of charging higher tuition fees for students starting courses in 2003 or 2004.
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