Students opt to defer as Cambridge becomes first to axe all face-to-face learning 

Daily Mail reports …

A-Level students are preparing to defer their university places or skip it altogether as lectures move online for a year or more with no cuts to fees of up to £9,250-a-year, it was revealed today.

Read more at: Students opt to defer as Cambridge becomes first to axe all face-to-face learning 

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