Factors Affecting UK Young People’s Choice Regarding Higher Education in the UK
In Northern Ireland, Wales and England, institutions of higher education are self-regulating, independent bodies active in scholarship, research and teaching. Legislation or Royal Charter establishes them, and most of them are partly funded by the government. Several different types of institutions provide higher education. In addition to university colleges and universities, there are a number of autonomous and publicly designated institutions in the higher education sector. The statutes and charters of these university colleges and universities are formed through the Privy Council. This Council advises the Queen on the granting of Royal Charters to these institutions including the incorporation of universities. The provision of publicly funded colleges of higher education is availed through the authorities of separately empowered institutions. The preparation of students for higher education qualifications is conducted in institutions of higher education and also in some education colleges.
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