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tuition

the payment for instruction, esp in colleges or universities
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Changes to the tuition fees policy will take effect from September next year, but Welsh learners will be no worse off and continue to pay the current level under plans preferred by the Assembly Government.
However, the admissions announcements published in the Turkmen print media did not quote any tuition fees.
The document reads, 'To relieve parents and students of the heavy burden of high tuition fees, our Administration commits to the reduction of tuition fees in the state-owned tertiary institutions within my first 90 days in office.'
According to the union president, Hassan Baloch, and other demonstrators, last year the colleges charged Rs700,000 as annual tuition fee from each student.
The SHC bench also sought a copy of the Supreme Court's order that called for a cut in the schools' tuition fees by 20 per cent.
However,the lawyers admitted to not having knowledge about charges other than tuition fees in response to thecourt's inquiry about the miscellenous fees and sought more time to submit a reply regarding the matter.
* Year 7: 77 per cent mentioned tuition fees should be less than Dh41,000, and 44 per cent indicated that tuition fee should be in the range of Dh33,000 to 46,000
The court directed all private schools to comply with the court orders on tuition fee and sought fee structure record from the Sindh government.
The court sought fees structures from the Director General of private schools in Sindh and directed all private schools to ensure complying with the SHC prior order regarding tuition fees.
Chief Justice Mian Saqib Nisar headed the bench of the Supreme Court hearing the case of tuition fees hike by private schools.
KARACHI: Private schools increasing tuition fees by more than 5% will have to return the extra-charged amount, stated the education department quoting an order on the matter from Sindh High Court.
CYPRIOTS should not fear a rise in tuition fees at British universities next year, especially for those starting their education in the UK, the head of the association of educational consultants (Caec), Adonis Americanos, said on Thursday.