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Tuition Fees Tag Archive

Over a third of school-leavers are unsure about attending uni following coronavirus

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News Editor Aimee Seddon explains how coronavirus is causing a change in prospective students' plans......

Student Council votes to lobby for adjustment to international tuition fees

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Attendees voted to lobby the University to adjust international tuition fees for the next academic year at the sixth and final Student Council of this academic year. Though it...

Government refuses multi-billion pound bailout for universities

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The UK government has reiterated their commitment to “ensuring our world-class HE system delivers for all students and the wider economy” in their Government Support Package....

Appeals for tuition fee refunds under consumer protection laws

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Many of Newcastle’s students have returned to their hometowns over the past few weeks, but despite a completely desolate campus domestic undergraduate students will still be...

On the Vice Chancellor

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Joseph Caddick lets loose on Vice Chancellor Chris Day...

Are humanities being undervalued?

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In light of Sunderland University closing its politics, history and modern languages departments, Rebecca Johnson explores whether humanities are being swept aside...

Huge fees for two year degrees

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Our writers discuss the implications of fast-track two-year degrees which cost £11,000 a year....

May proposes to reduce tuition fees by a third

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Following her electoral humbling last year, Theresa May has been eager to try and win back the youth vote, who overwhelmingly backed Jeremy Corbyn, and his tantalising offer of...

Students sceptical over tuition fee review

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The government has announced a review of the university tuition fee system, which could result in changes to how much students pay for their education depending on what courses...

Theresa’s Terrible Tory Tuition Review

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Tuition fees: a system that has become so unworkable and so ill conceived that even the Conservative government have taken it upon themselves to ‘review’ its future. As...