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Universities in Wales want funding review

Universities in Wales have called for the Welsh government to review the way they are funded to prevent millions of pounds going to institutions around the UK.

Currently, Welsh students have the majority of their tuition fees paid wherever they study.

As a result, tens of millions of pounds from the higher education budget in Wales goes to universities elsewhere.

But the Welsh government said higher education funding was increasing.

BBC Wales' education correspondent, Arwyn Jones, reports for Wales Today.

Uni review call over funding drain

  • 04 Sep 2013
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