Universities are expecting 230,000 fewer students – that’s serious financial pain

The Guardian reports …

Our universities are a vital and unique part of our society with an importance that far outweighs their considerable economic value.

Yet research into the impact of Covid-19, conducted by London Economics for the University and College Union, shows that universities face a black hole of at least £2.5bn in fee and grant income for 2020-21 as students both in the UK and around the world defer or abandon their plans to study here.

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