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    The 2012/13 reforms of student finances and funding in England: the implications for the part-time undergraduate higher education sector

    Callender, Claire (2015) The 2012/13 reforms of student finances and funding in England: the implications for the part-time undergraduate higher education sector. In: Brada, J.C. and Bienkowski, W. and Kuboniwa, M. (eds.) International Perspectives on Financing Higher Education. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 80-97. ISBN 9781137549136.

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    Part-time undergraduate higher education is central to lifelong learning and to national skills policies, promoted by the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD, 2012) and others to transform lives and to drive economies forward by providing high-level skills and thus enhancing a country’s competitiveness and economic strength. Part-time provision of higher education is significant for higher education policy too. It can contribute to a more flexible and diverse higher education sector and to help broaden higher education access and social mobility, thus enhancing social justice.

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