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The New Regulatory Framework

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The new Office for Students is beginning to take shape. All the signs are that it will behave very differently from its predecessor.

Although light touch, risk-based regulation may sound attractive, the signs are that the new form of regulation, although different, will place considerable demands on higher education providers. In ths briefing note, we offer our initial thoughts.

Uniac Regulatory Framework briefing final

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