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The dilemma faced by students and campuses | Letters

1 month ago   |   By The Guardian

Universities cannot survive without the revenue generated by students on site, writes Maria Ryan , while Lotte Hondebrink says keeping access to education is essential. Plus letters from Prof Mahesan Niranjan and Margaret Gabbe As a UK academic, I think there is one key thing missing from your coverage of the safety of campuses opening up again: universities cannot survive without the revenue generated by students living on campus ( Universities should be two-thirds empty to avoid Covid spikes, says expert , 25 September). This is not just about tuition fees; it includes accommodation fees...
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