Post-qualification applications plan ‘unworkable’, University Vice-Chancellors warn…

From Times Higher Education: “Universities UK (UUK) says that while it recognises that the move away from the use of predicted grades has the ‘potential to increase fairness’, it has major qualms about possible impacts of the reforms. Specifically, a move to post-qualification applications – in which students apply to higher education after receiving their exam results – would represent an ‘unmanageable overhaul to admissions timetabling, creating an unacceptably small window during which applications, offers and confirmation must be undertaken which would not result in an improved outcome for students’, it says.”

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