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Plans for universities in England to compete for some student places should be delayed, MPs on a Commons committee have said.
The plan is a key part of the government's controversial scheme to overhaul university funding and introduce a market in places.
The Commons Business, Innovation and Skills Committee said the lifting of the cap on places "should not be done overnight".
Ministers say the changes are needed cheap moncler women vest.
In a report on the government's changes to higher education, the committee said the market mechanisms should only be brought in at least 12 months after tuition fees rise.
Fees in England are due to rise up to a maximum of £9,000 a year from next autumn.
Fees at Welsh universities are also rising to this maximum level, but only for students from other parts of the UK shop with moncler for men himalaya sub.
In Scotland, Scottish students will continue to pay no tuition fees but those coming from other parts of the UK will pay up to £9,000 a year.
The MPs' report was just about England's plans.
Under these, universities will be able to take as many students as they like if they have scored top grades of two As and a B in their A-levels.
And universities which keep their fees below £7,500 a year will be able to bid for 20,000 places.
In the past, universities were funded for a set number of places.