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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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Karachi -- The Sindh High Court (SHC) on Thursday ordered private schools to implement the fees structure fixed by the Sindh government, that restrained them from increasing the tuition fee by more than five per cent.
Last month, the Sindh High Court restrained private schools from increasing their tuition fee by more than five per cent.
Welsh students can currently be charged up to PS9,000 a year in tuition fees by universities and colleges in Wales for a full-time degree course, and up to PS9,250 a year if they are studying in England, Northern Ireland or Scotland.
The ETH Board is convinced that the moderate and socially compatible adjustment of tuition fees for studies at ETH Zurich and EPFL in Lausanne is appropriate.
Parents were shocked to learn the revenue amount private schools have been earning through tuition fees, while relieved about the fees freeze.
Therefore, no institution/management of private schools shall charge the tuition fee during vacations.
He argued that till such rules were formulated the tuition fee cannot be enhanced.
It is quite deplorable that whenever university tuition fees are discussed by politicians, no mention is ever made that in the UK, it is solely the English who are expected pay the full charge without any kind of subsidy.
PLANS to raise tuition fees in Wales have been ditched by the Welsh Government, meaning they will remain at PS9,000.
Summary: Minister of State for Combatting Corruption Nicolas Tueni Friday condemned talk of increased tuition fees, and called on private schools to refuse such hikes.
Alvarez slammed the schools run by religious institutions for claiming to be non-stock and non-profit even while making income from tuition fees.
Education Secretary Kirsty Williams said: "This decision gives certainty for those who want to go to university for the academic year 2017/18, giving people the option to study where they choose, including in England where tuition fees are set to increase."