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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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(16.) In the base case, the application of (16) implies that net tuition revenue exceeds fixed cost by $392.6m.
Some students, however, claim that the Socialized Tuition System is unreliable, flawed and only a scheme to bilk money from students who come from wealthier families.
"Every year there is inflation but our tuition remains unchanged.
The UO also is charging more for out-of-state students in the coming academic year, increasing tuition and fees to $34,611, up from $33,441 this year.
Paul, Minn., that reduced its tuition by about 33 percent in fall 2013, from $29,700 to $19,700 per year.
Few institutions ban tuition remission altogether, Spangher says, adding that changes are generally just adjustments.
The fast growing modern private tuition industry is not without its demand in broader society.
Furthermore, the tuition academies and centers for ETEA and other professional courses have been asked to deposit Rs30,000 and tuition academies for general classes to deposit Rs5,000 as security fees.
Under DepEd rules, 70 percent of the increase in tuition and other fees should be set aside for the salaries and other benefits of teachers; 20 percent for infrastructure, equipment, and learning resources of the school; and only 10 percent for the profit of the school.
A 3% tuition increase forstudents studying for master's degrees in cardiovascular perfusion, health administration, health informatics and occupational therapy;
As long as you attend and graduate high school in Arizona, you'd be eligible for the new tuition rate at any time in your life, according to Sen.
Education officials said the school was planning to conduct the tuition under the guise of "Standard 4-8 Pupils Mentorship Conference'.