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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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Such crazy idea opens the door to endless tuition fee increases and makes UP prone to forget the fundamental differences between itself and other SCUs, on one hand, and private colleges and universities, on the other.
I strongly oppose the salary scale because it will give private schools a pretext to raise the tuition fees," Samra said after dropping off his two children off at a private school in the Ras Beirut area.
Jackie said the increased tuition fees will only apply from September 2012.
The figures are based on an analysis of tuition fees, at the new pounds 9,000 maximum, and accommodation at the UK's elite Russell Group of universities.
But Mr Hughes insisted it "wasn't too late" to encourage people to go to university despite seats of learning, including the University of Birmingham, charging pounds 9,000-a-year tuition fees.
It comes as business secretary Mr Cable has indicated he may abstain in the vote, in line with his party, despite being the cabinet minister responsible for proposing doubling tuition fees to pounds 6,000 a year, and trebling them to pounds 9,000 at some universities.
TOM BLENKINSOP, MP for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland * * * * * * THERE has been a long running struggle within the Lib Dem party about university tuition fees and who gets to decide policy.
The demonstration will take place on October 7 and will see the Movement for the Reduction of Tuition Fees and the Review of the Law on Private Universities demonstrating outside the universities, and Protoporia demonstrating outside the Ministry of Education.
SMILe, a wholly owned subsidiary of Wade Cook Financial Corporation ("WCFC") (OTCBB:WADE), donated a portion of tuition fees from the company's educational seminars to the charity.
PLAID Cymru Shadow Cabinet Secretary for Education Llyr Gruffydd says he shares NUS Wales' anger at the rise in tuition fees STUDENTS were stunned to learn this week that their already huge debt levels are set to increase thanks to the Labour/Lib Dem coalition's decision to hike up tuition fees in Wales.
The Bank said that the ALBALI PLUS card will allow people to pay the tuition fees at beneficial conditions.
And they are going to raise tuition fees as well," she said and added that the consequence of the process is emigration.