Wednesday, 9 February 2011

UK University Fees Update 2011

The UK's Universities will be stopped from charging UK students the highest annual tuition fee of 9,000 GBP if they do not begin to accept more STUDENTS from poorer backgrounds according to Nick Clegg.

Any University looking to charge higher than 6,000 GBP annually are going to have to take part in a National Scholarship Program (NSP) for young STUDENTS from poorer backgrounds.

The program is intended to pay 1 year's fees for tuition of less fortunate STUDENTS and should be available for about 50,000 STUDENTS a year.

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