The single European market has many consequences for education, which are only now coming to light. Nowhere is this more telling than in science and engineering, whose long-term influence on growth is currently being studied by several schools of modern economic theory. The position of UK is critical for two reasons. The first is its participation rate in higher education, which must be dramatically increased to bring it up to the level of the more successful European economies. The second is the problem of maintaining standards while access to higher education is expanded.

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