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The Coalition's higher education reforms in England
Oxford Review of Education
The Coalition Government of Conservatives and Liberal Democrats in office from 2010 until 2015 sharply increased the maximum tuition fees for UK and EU undergraduates at English universities to £9,000. Although this is often portrayed as a radical change, it is argued that the reform was an evolution rather than a revolution. Common pessimistic predictions, such as the claim there would be a big fall in the number of full-time students, were wrong. However, the policymaking behind the increasedoi:10.1080/03054985.2016.1184870 fatcat:3gyfm27vubalrkop5ix4s7syzq