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Unis may poach 2nd and 3rd year students.

Unis may poach 2nd and 3rd year students.

Students who don’t quite make the A-level grades to get into their first-choice university could soon be given a second chance: they may be able to switch in their second or even third year under government plans that could see universities poaching undergraduates from rival institutions.

Jo Johnson, the higher education minister, has already set out the government’s vision for a system where students can move more easily between HE providers without losing credit for the work they have already undertaken.

Now Ucas, the university admissions service, has said it too regards greater “portability of qualifications” as “vital”. A spokesman said last week that it is working on plans to change its website so that students can search for second- and third-year vacancies.

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