Students lost to Brexit

From Inside Higher Ed: “Modeling kept under wraps by the British government for nearly two years estimates that Brexit could cost the nation’s universities nearly two-thirds of their European Union student enrollment and 63 million pounds ($87 million) in one year, but that the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge will boost their income. … The report uses previous analysis that groups U.K. universities into four ‘clusters.’ According to this prior analysis, ‘Oxford and Cambridge ‘emerge as an elite tier’ (Cluster 1)’ … It concludes that universities in Cluster 1 ‘would benefit in aggregate; whereas institutions in Clusters 2, 3 and 4 would be worse off.’”
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