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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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Every year there is inflation but our tuition remains unchanged.
Citing 'up-to-date' data (1999-2014) from the Philippine Statistics Authority, the infographics explained that most students from SUCs were not poor; in fact, rich households are the ones most likely to benefit from a free tuition law.
A couple of the commissioners who voted against UO's tuition increase earlier this month, including Commissioner Larry Roper, said they changed their vote Thursday because of what students stood to lose with budget cuts.
This growing craze or fashion for private tuition has also affected the functioning, utility and the quality of education in state owned educational institutions.
Senate Bill 778 by Senate Higher Education Committee Chairman Kel Seliger, R-Amarillo, would have required colleges to meet a series of performance metrics before they could raise tuition.
Tuition fees there have been kept at P12/unit, despite repeated attempts by both the national government and PUP administrators to raise tuition fees.
Pakistan is not an exception to this private tuition fever.
Tuition classes nowadays are no longer confined to small groups of students.
The move is in stark contrast to the escalating tuition costs experienced at popular destinations like the US, where tuition fees have increased by as much as 32 per cent.
Prepaid tuition plans benefit parents who don't want to worry about how fast tuition rises in the future.
Full-time resident students now pay $1,632 tuition a year.
ISLAMABAD: Mushroom growth of tuition centres in Rawalpindi and Islamabad leaves a big question mark over the credibility of educational institutions and teachers alike.