university fees

The government's claim that its top priority is to increase social mobility has been undermined by a damning report by a
Judging by much of the media reaction to new on student debt, one would be forgiven for assuming that the principal aim of these commentators is to persuade aspirant students that university education should be given a wide berth.
Average student debt for students starting in 2012 could hit £53,000, according to the Push university guide. This is twice
PRESS ASSOCIATION -- More than half of English universities are expecting to see a drop in students next year, a report has
Student rioter Charlie Gilmour, who was jailed for swinging from a flag on the Cenotaph, is being confined to his prison
The highest performing A-level candidates could be tempted with cut-price deals on tuition fees from next year, as some English
The highest performing A-level candidates could be tempted with cut-price deals on tuition fees from next year, as some English
Access to drama training cannot become the preserve of the privileged few. Our most prestigious drama schools will be among the third of UK universities who will, from 2012, be charging the maximum yearly tuition fee allowed by the government. An equilibrium must be maintained where talent, not worth, is the primary means test.
If we are to continue to reduce both the reasons for and effects of social exclusion, then the role currently played by our schools and teachers must not be underestimated. If steps are not taken to remove the barriers that prevent good graduates from applying to become teachers, let alone staying for more than a couple of years, then the vicious circle that haunts the urban poor will remain - if not widen.
The facts speak for themselves. University fees will average £8,393 from 2012-3. Even after fee waivers for students from poorer backgrounds, the average will be £8,161. One in three universities will charge £9,000 for all courses.