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tuition

the payment for instruction, esp in colleges or universities
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His report could lead to an increase in the existing 3,290 pounds cap on tuition fees, with speculation that universities will be able to charge between 7,000 and 10,000 pounds.
An imposition of more than 15 percent in tuition fees and 25 percent in the case of miscellaneous fees may be allowed after the concerned schools shall have conducted thorough consultations and hearings, and the examination of financial records and the determination of the distinct requirements and conditions of schools shall have been assessed by the Council.
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.
In his report on higher education finances, published today, Mr Thomas said the Welsh Government had implemented tuition fee policy effectively but it could have done more to appraise its options before agreeing current arrangements.
Another annual tuition fee increase will ensure that students who must take out loans to finance their education will pay tens of thousands of dollars more than their wealthier classmates due to interest payments.
The 52-year-old said: "I am really angered by the tuition fee increases.
Universities wanting to charge above the pounds 4,000 basic tuition fee rate will require Hefcw's approval.
Institutions who want to charge pounds 9,000 from 2012 will have to spend around pounds 900 on widening access for every tuition fee they receive, says new guidance from the Office For Fair Access.
To give a sense of the difference this makes, consider the figures cited by the University and College Union (UCU): assuming a yearly tuition fee of pounds 7,000 and an inflation rate of two per cent, a student enrolling for a standard three-year degree at an English university would borrow more than pounds 32,000 to cover fees and maintenance.
Meanwhile, Liberal Democrat leader Nick Clegg was preparing a last-ditch appeal for his MPs to avoid a damaging three-way split over tuition fee hikes.
People can join the campaign to oppose tuition fee rises at www.
The Welsh Government is confident of the tuition fee policy we announced last year whereby Welsh students will not pay higher tuition fees wherever they study in the UK.