Keep Universities for the Many - join the debate
Keep Universities for the Many is a campaign to engage staff and students in active, informed discussions about the future of higher education and DMU’s place within it.
With the level of tuition fees and the value and role of higher education key topics of public debate since the General Election earlier this year, a debate is needed to enable students and staff to have their say and to feed their ideas into the wider political conversation.
Launched by the Vice-Chancellor in 2017, the campaign has seen a series of talks each covering a different area of enquiry, leading to further discussion and debate.
This is your chance to get involved and start to influence the way we respond to the significant challenges facing the sector.
Following the announcement of the Government's post-18 education review in February 2018, a second phase of the campaign has been announced. The Vice-Chancellor started this new set of discussions at the February staff address and a further set of talks will be held over the next few weeks.
This is your chance to have your say on the biggest issues facing higher education; a chance to have your say on your future.
View the latest programme of events.