The Effects of Higher Student Fees on Archaeology in the UK

Posted on April 24, 2012

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I recently published an article in The Archaeologists on the looming higher fees at UK universities (mainly for English students) and what it means for archaeology. The Archaeologists puts its issues, older than a year, online for free, Open Access (cough cough AIA). Though you have to wait a year if your not a IfA member. Here is a pre-print version of the article if you are interested. Since, it is a pre-print there are some minor mistakes and changes to it e.g. “Last year’s HPS grouping received 82,988 applicants to university of which only 15,092 meaning that with a 7.3% loss there are still more applicants then students (UCAS 2012a).” vs “Last year’s HPS grouping received 82,988 applicants to university of which only 15,092 were accepted, meaning that with a 7.3% loss there are still more applicants then students (UCAS 2012a).”

However if you are interested in the subject a pre-print with a few errors is better than waiting a year.

Here it is The Effects of Higher Student Fees on Archaeology in the UK

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