Tag Archives: Tuition Fees


Prime minister Theresa May has launched a review of tuition fees, whilst calling for better value for students. The review will be chaired by the author and financier, Phillip Augar and will assess the current state of university funding. Concerns Read more…


The University and College Union (UCU) recently sent a freedom of information (FOI) request. The union represents university staff and the request comes when industrial action by staff is imminent. Whilst there is a dispute over pensions, the request found Read more…


During this current time of economic and political uncertainty, it is unsurprising that university officials are pessimistic about the future. Among the biggest concerns are changes to government policy and funding arrangements. As a result, it is essential that future Read more…


Tuition fees have long been a burden for university students. Furthering their employability and gaining general life experience comes at a high cost. Currently, students must pay £9,250 per year for a typical three-year degree. Then students need to account Read more…

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