tuition

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tuition

the payment for instruction, esp in colleges or universities
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Any universities charging fees of more than pounds 6,000 per year would also have to guarantee scholarship students their final year free of tuition fees.
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.
Ending tuition fees would cost billions of pounds every year.
Interim Measures on Administration of Collection of Tuition Fees and Incidental Charges by Schools of Compulsory Education
Susan Yap (2nd District, Tarlac) said House Bill 4675 will establish the "Tuition Fee Rationalization Council," which shall serve as the highest policy-making body on matters pertaining to tuition fee rates and other increases or adjustments in school fees.
Auditor General for Wales Huw Vaughan Thomas said that, while the Welsh Government had implemented tuition fee policy effectively, it could have done more to appraise its options before agreeing current arrangements.
Instead, with tuition fees, only those with money will be able to access universities.
We cannot increase tuition fees until the draft law is passed by Parliament," Joseph Harb, a representative of the General Secretariat of Catholic Schools, told The Daily Star.
The Department of Health covers the cost of university tuition fees for students hoping for careers in nursing and other healthcare roles.
I personally don't believe university students should have to pay tuition fees at all and that education of any sort should be seen as lifelong learning open to anyone and from all walks of life.
STUDENTS from Liverpool's universities joined a peaceful protest against tuition fees and funding cuts in London.