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Student Support

As an amendment to motion S5M-16407 in the name of Iain Gray (Student Support), insert at end “, and further believes that access to higher education should be based on the ability to learn, not the ability to pay, and will not introduce upfront or backdoor tuition fees.”

Supported by: Maree Todd, John Swinney


Current Status: Taken in the Chamber on 20/03/2019
Safeguarding Scotland’s International Research Collaborations and Reputation for Scientific Excellence from the Threat of Brexit

That the Parliament notes with concern the growing number of voices within Scotland’s research and science communities warning of the substantial threat that Brexit poses to Scotland’s position as a leading nation in international science and research; understands the significant economic, social and cultural contributions that universities and other research institutions and their international collaborators bring to Scotland; believes that the UK Government’s approach to the Brexit negotiations, including its commitment to ending freedom of movement, is undermining Scotland’s worldwide reputation and threatening the mobility of students and researchers and full participation in European research programmes, and commits to exploring options to safeguard Scotland's international research collaborations and reputation for scientific excellence globally.

Supported by: Maree Todd, John Swinney


Current Status: Taken in the Chamber on 07/11/2018
Assigned Colleges (University of the Highlands and Islands) Order 2018 [draft]

That the Education and Skills Committee recommends that the Assigned Colleges (University of the Highlands and Islands) Order 2018 [draft] be approved.

Supported by: Maree Todd, John Swinney


Current Status: Fallen on 24/01/2019
 
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