To be honest they did have ELQ fees before this, so even before the new policy it would have likely cost you about 30k.
EDIT: Oh yeah, you could go to Netherlands for less and do a course taught in English. Would probably save you about 12-15k of the 36k.
Last edited by AnonymousPenguin; 19-05-2012 at 23:09.
I have a thirst for knowledge, especially in the travel, history, lesiure, languages fields. Even if it doesn't lead to good careers I still love to enhance knowledge in those fields. I think it's great that people want to further their education, and I know I'm not the only one.
(Original post by Bellissima)
not really isolated to this country... everything costs someone money... you already got your degree, a degree that was much more government subsidised than current uni students. in an ideal world all education would be free but this isn't an ideal world... let alone country. you can't keep doing degree after degree at the government's, and therefore tax payer's, expense... just because you are "bored".
To pay my way for further degrees is my hobby/career in a way (as long as it leads to personal enhancement), but with modern prices I am simply priced out of the market.
Last edited by Isambard Kingdom Brunel; 19-05-2012 at 23:11.