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Are business schools fit for the future?

Simon Collinson explores the future of business education, as part of a collection celebrating twenty-five years of the Chartered Association of Business Schools.

We need to keep the UK’s competitive advantage

Following reports published by the International Unit, Vivienne Stern looks at the international PGT and PGR experience in the UK and argues that the sector will need to work hard to keep any internationally competitive advantage.

Winners and losers in the current system

There is no doubt that, as with most changes, the £9,000 fee system introduced in England in 2012-13 created winners and losers. We know that applications are back up for full-time undergraduates – and we know this includes students from non-traditional backgrounds, which is great. But that is not the whole story. On the day the Public Accounts Committee confirm the rising costs of writing off loans, Libby Hackett looks at the winners and losers in the current system, and calls for a fundamental rethink.

The postgraduate problem?

There is little doubt that we have a problem or two in postgraduate policy. Fifty vice chancellors recently wrote to the Observer to say so. BIS ministers have been asking for imaginative suggestions and are clear that they are very open to considering any new or ingenious ideas. Well here’s one: don’t do anything (or at least don’t do anything rash).