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University Alliance response to HEFCE review of teaching funding method

Consultation question 1: Do you broadly agree with our statement of the purpose of HEFCE’s funding for teaching?

Consultation question 2: Do you broadly agree that our funding method should give institutions the freedom to manage provision in a way that best responds to the needs of students, employers and society?

Consultation question 3: Do you broadly agree that our funding method should enable us to incentivise change which is in the public interest?

Consultation question 4: Do you broadly agree that we should achieve this through a ‘strategic margin’?

Consultation question 5: Do you broadly agree that our funding method should be compatible with various modes of study, including flexible provision?

Consultation question 6: Do you broadly agree that our funding method should be as simple and easy to understand as possible?

Consultation question 7: Do you broadly agree that our funding model should be responsive and dynamic?

Consultation question 8: Do you broadly agree that, to achieve value for money, our funding method should continue to reflect the impact of income from tuition fees and contributions from employers?

Consultation question 9: Do you consider that any other principles or features should be fundamental to our teaching funding method?

Consultation question 10: What are the advantages / disadvantages associated with each of the options in paragraph 60? Are there other effective alternatives?

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