Marking boycott leaves international students in limbo

From University World News: “Among the thousands of students at British universities affected by a marking and assessment boycott (MAB) are many international students, unsure about whether they will be accepted for job offers or postgraduate study places, or even allowed to stay in the country, until they get their final results. The dispute between academics and university bosses over pay began in April and looks set to drag on into the autumn terms unless there is a sudden change of heart by the Universities and Colleges Employers’ Association (UCEA), or unless members of the University and College Union (UCU) give up the fight.”

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