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24th August, 2016

LSBU Vice-Chancellor discusses work placements, fees and marketisation on BBC’s Today Programme

London South Bank University

LSBU’s Vice-Chancellor, Professor David Phoenix, speaks to BBC Radio 4’s Today programme about providing students with the best support and services

Speaking live on BBC Radio 4’s Today Programme with presenter Matthew Price, on the day before Clearing, LSBU’s Vice-Chancellor Professor David Phoenix spoke of the importance of Higher Education institutions providing students with the best support and services, in what has become an increasingly competitive environment.

He said: “Certainly at London South Bank University, what we have done is move to a point where we guarantee all our students work-based experience and access to industries and professions, which is what they tell us they want as part of their provision.”

Discussing the competitive Higher Education market he went on to say: “I think competition’s been there now for a number of years because the cap came off a few years ago so universities are now used to having to compete for students.

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