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UK Elections School Leagues School fees rise
Families sell up to pay rising school fees Independent Schools League table 2012 Parents more concerned with university fees than children's health
Families are making greater sacrifices to provide private education for their children   A survey claims more parents are concerned about university tuition fees then their childrens health

 

 

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Vice-chancellors fear £2bn funding gap as Labour hones tuition fees policy - Times Higher Education

Times Higher Education

Vice-chancellors fear £2bn funding gap as Labour hones tuition fees policy
Times Higher Education
Labour is thought to be testing a funding plan to lower tuition fees to £6,000, as concerns grow among vice-chancellors that the policy could leave universities with an income gap of about £2 billion a year. Measures being considered by Labour to fund ...

7/30/2014 4:02:18 PM

UK government plans to raise tuition fees further - SNP (press release)

UK government plans to raise tuition fees further
SNP (press release)
New UK Government plans to allow universities to raise tuition fees above their current £9,000 a year ceiling risk damaging the prospects of students from poorer backgrounds – and show the warped priorities of the Westminster establishment. Newspaper ...

7/30/2014 5:54:03 AM

Tuition fees set to rise again under new proposals - Left Foot Forward

Left Foot Forward

Tuition fees set to rise again under new proposals
Left Foot Forward
Under the proposals, universities would take over control of loans taken out by their own students, allowing them to explore the option of abolishing the current £9,000 cap. The research was commissioned by the Department for Business, Innovation and ...
Selling off student loans to universities: the pros and consThe Week UK
Comment | Latest student loan changes are not the answerLeedsstudent
Top marks to David Willetts on financing student loansTelegraph.co.uk
Times Higher Education -The Guardian -Financial Times
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7/30/2014 5:41:30 AM

Tuition fees could rise past £9000 under new Government plans - The Independent

The Independent

Tuition fees could rise past £9000 under new Government plans
The Independent
Lib Dem ministers do not want to see university fees in the spotlight before the election, as it would remind voters that Nick Clegg broke his 2010 promise to scrap fees by allowing the Coalition to almost treble them to the £9,000 maximum. This means ...

7/29/2014 11:03:45 AM

Grieving Family Hounded For $200000 In Tuition Fees After Daughter Suddenly ... - Huffington Post UK

Grieving Family Hounded For $200000 In Tuition Fees After Daughter Suddenly ...
Huffington Post UK
A grieving family is being hounded for $200,000 in tuition fees after their daughter, who was a nursing student, suddenly died of liver failure. Lisa Mason, who lived in California, died suddenly in 2009, leaving three children under 10 in the care of ...

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7/29/2014 3:35:14 AM

West Midland universities hike tuition fees to maximum £9k per year - expressandstar.com

West Midland universities hike tuition fees to maximum £9k per year
expressandstar.com
"Indeed, it has been found that the introduction of variable tuition fees in 2012 was not associated with any substantial changes in applicant course choices or any change in the share of applications for live at home study." Neither the University of ...

7/28/2014 7:33:00 AM

GCSE middle-achievers most likely to be put off by tuition fees rise - TES News

GCSE middle-achievers most likely to be put off by tuition fees rise
TES News
Students who gained average results at GCSE were the most likely to be put off from applying to university because of the rising cost of tuition fees, new figures suggest. The decision to lift the cap on fees from 2012 – allowing universities to charge ...

7/25/2014 4:01:16 PM

Almost all universities now charge £9000 tuition fees - Politics.co.uk (blog)

Telegraph.co.uk

Almost all universities now charge £9000 tuition fees
Politics.co.uk (blog)
When the government raised the maximum cost of tuition fees, they promised that universities would only charge £9,000 a year in "exceptional circumstances". Ministers predicted that most universities would charge far less, leaving those levying the ...
More universities to charge maximum tuition fees of £9000Telegraph.co.uk
£9K fees: now it's exceptional not to charge themTimes Higher Education

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7/24/2014 1:45:34 AM

Scottish tuition fees for English students could be illegal under independence ... - Telegraph.co.uk

Telegraph.co.uk

Scottish tuition fees for English students could be illegal under independence ...
Telegraph.co.uk
It may be illegal for Scottish universities to charge English students tuition fees while allowing youngsters from other parts of the EU to attend for free if the country votes for independence, legal experts have warned. The Law Society of Scotland ...

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7/13/2014 4:02:22 PM

Thinktank urges £200m subsidy for independent school fees - The Guardian

The Guardian

Thinktank urges £200m subsidy for independent school fees
The Guardian
Privately educated workers earn around £57,000 more by the age of 42 than those who went to state schools, according to a report commissioned by the Sutton Trust that urges the government to subsidise independent school fees to the tune of £200m a year ...
Private school children will earn £200000 more on average than state-educated ...The Independent

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7/2/2014 4:31:48 PM
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