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Student financial support in Scotland: independent review

Published: 20 Nov 2017
Part of:
Education, Work and skills
ISBN:
9781788514194

Recommendations for improving the higher and further education student support system.

Contents
Student financial support in Scotland: independent review
Appendix D: Bibliography

Appendix D: Bibliography

  • Higher Education Funding in England: Past, Present and Options for the Future, IFS, C Belfield, J Britton, L Dearden, L Van der Erve, 2017
  • Higher Education in Scotland and the UK: Diverging or Converging Systems? EUP, S Riddell, E Weedon and S Minty, 2016
  • Securing a Sustainable Future for Higher Education: An Independent Review of Higher Education Funding & Student Finance, Browne Report, 2010
  • State of the Nation 2016: Social Mobility in Great Britain, Social Mobility Commission, 2016
  • The Cubie Report, Student Finance Fairness for the Future, Independent Committee of Inquiry into Student Finance, 1999
  • The Life Chances of Young People in Scotland: A Report to the First Minister, N Eisenstadt, Independent Advisor on Poverty and Inequality, 2017
  • The Deering Report, Higher Education in the Learning Society, 1997
  • The Review of Higher Education Funding and Student Finance Arrangements in Wales, The Diamond Review, 2016
  • Whose to Lose? Citizens, Institutions and the Ownership of Higher Education Funding in a Devolved UK: HEPI, L Hunter Blackburn, 2015
  • Widening Access to Higher Education: Does Anyone Know What Works? Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity ( CREID) S Riddell, S Edward, E Boeren and E Weedon, 2014
  • Working Paper 2 – Student Cross-border Mobility Within the UK: A Summary of Research Findings, Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity ( CREID), S Whittaker, 2014
  • Working Paper 3 – The Fairest of Them All? The Support for Scottish Students in Full-time Higher Education in 2014–15, Centre for Research in Education Inclusion and Diversity ( CREID), L Hunter Blackburn, 2014

In addition, the Board referred to publicly available material from the Scottish Government about student support.


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