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New University Pilot Scheme
March 13, 2018

The Universities Minister Sam Gyimah has announced that 50 universities including the University of Cambridge, Imperial College London and the London School of Economics will be part of a pilot scheme to publish teacher ratings for individual subjects.

The Government’s intention is that the ability to compare different courses will encourage competition between universities.

This will mean better value for money for applicants, said the Minister.  

The new initiative comes as the government embarks on a review of higher education funding in England prompted partly by the lack of price competition between institutions. Nearly all universities charge the highest possible annual tuition fees of £9,250.

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