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New OfS conditions to ‘clamp down on poor quality’


England’s regulator says proposals will ‘protect standards’ in higher education

The Office for Students is consulting on new conditions of registration that it says will ensure “a high-quality academic experience” for students and require universities to offer “credible qualifications that stand the test of time”, England’s higher education regulator has announced.

The proposed regulatory changes aim to “protect quality and standards in higher education in England”, and ensure that registered providers “equip students with the skills they need to succeed” after graduation. The OfS says the move is designed to “clamp down on poor quality and standards in higher education”.

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