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UK’s creative industries bring in more revenue than cars, oil and gas – so why is arts education facing cuts?

By Adam Behr, Senior Lecturer in Popular and Contemporary Music, Newcastle University
Recent guidance issued by the education secretary, Gillian Keegan, to the Office for Students reveals conflicting priorities in government and pours fuel on fires burning in an already troubled higher education sector.

The focus on science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) – “strategically important high-cost subjects” – is met by a freeze on funding for arts subjects such as music, fashion and drama at undergraduate level.

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