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The Aldwych Group is the group of students' unions of the members of the Russell Group of Universities in the United Kingdom. It was established in 1994, by Money Saving Expert Martin Lewis (who was General Secretary of LSE Union in 1994/5) as a watchdog in response to the creation of the Russell Group.
It is so called because its was established at a meeting at the London School of Economics and Political Science, which is located on Aldwych.
The Student's Unions of each of:
Aside from the unions of the Russell Group universities (above), the Aldwych Group is also observed by three other bodies:
- ^ Student group threatens to boycott national survey, Guardian, 20 January 2006
- ^ Universities slam Willetts' 'cut-price' degrees scheme, Independent, 13 May 2011
- ^ http://www.guardian.co.uk/education/2000/dec/04/highereducation.researchassessmentexercise1