Theresa Mary May is a British politician serving as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom and Leader of the Conservative Party since 2016. She served as Home Secretary from 2010 to 2016. May was first elected Member of Parliament for Maidenhead in 1997.
universities in England are to give a "value for money", such as £1. 3 billion Per year, the funding may be more support of the "priority" topics.
to cut But it is not the view, to publish tuition fees - with the government's separate response to calls charges.
universities in the UK warns, it doesn't matter how much funding is left after the test, as well as how they are assigned.
The Conservative Manifesto promised to deal with, consider what it calls "low-quality courses" in the University-and the review is how the subsidies are targeted for the priority of the topics.
While the majority of University funding is through tuition fees, the government still provides a significant direct stream of grants.
This includes subsidies for subjects that are more expensive to teach, such as medicine, science and technology.
There is also money for improving access to Higher Education for disadvantaged young people.
The Russell Group , some of the UK's major research universities, says the annual grants represent 13% of the funding for undergraduate places.
The Uni-group, has reduced concerns about these grants, with the argument that the funding for many courses is already stretched.
A separate consultation has already been launched to provide £70m of cuts in the next year of teaching.
But the OFS evaluation was supported by education Secretary Gavin Williamson .
"I'm strong rate in the support of this movement, value for money, and to consider The Best path to the goal-the financing of Higher Education in The Future ", says Mr Williamson, in a letter to the SFO earlier this month.
The education Secretary has said, the OFS, he wants to give priority support for the government's industrial strategy, which aims to invest "skills, industries and infrastructure".
There is also a push for more effective ways to spend money, reserved for the recruitment of disadvantaged students and support for the specialized institutions.
But Jo Grady, head of the University and College Union, criticised the value for money is a "obsession with flimsy metrics" round-diploma-results.
"What future employment or income can really tell us about the quality of teaching?", She Said .
A spokeswoman for the universities in the UK, warned that any changes to doctrine could be granted or fees, leaving a "financing gap".
"provided The fundamental review of the cover 'how' of teaching resources, but also no matter "how much" education promotion, it will be, especially if the government noticed, changes to the fees," said the spokeswoman.