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tuition fees

A fee paid to an institution for instruction. In common parlance, tuition fees are those paid to a university or professional school. Tuition fees were introduced by the government in 1998 for students entering higher education in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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The UCU has called on the Coalition to seek alternatives to a tuition fee rise.
RA 6139 only defines the regulatory regime for tuition fee increases in private educational institutions, leaving public educational institutions unregulated," Yap said.
Harb said private schools have yet to receive details on the new salary scale, adding that increasing tuition fees is the only way schools can make up for the raise.
Regardless of what J Hampton might believe, it is still only the Lib Dems that will argue that tuition fees should be abolished and fought to ensure that many safeguards were put in place for those from poorer backgrounds when fees were increased on the grounds of trying to clear up the financial mess this country was left in by previous Labour governments.
If you are a full-time student studying on your first higher education course, you can get a government loan for your tuition fees.
A COLLEGE boss moved to alleviate the fears of would-be students concerned over rising tuition fees.
RAWALPINDI, April 15, 2011 (Balochistan Times): With the advent of new educational year and keeping in view the problem being faced by students to get admission in government schools, the private Educational institutions have increased tuition fees manifold.
I don't agree with tuition fees at all, but if we must have them surely paying back what you borrowed is enough.
Summary: Oxford University will charge Au3,500 tuition fees for first-year students from the poorest backgrounds from 2012.
WALES' student leader has called on politicians to take responsibility for their actions after they approved plans to treble tuition fees.
I WELCOMED the news that Ian Swales, MP for Redcar, will vote against his party on the proposed hike in tuition fees and keep the pre-election promise he made to voters (I Won't Vote For Fees Rise, News, 26.
DAVID Cameron has no idea what raising university tuition fees will mean to hundreds of hard-working and deserving students.