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    i just saw the uni fees list that was updated april 1st on bbc news

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-12880840 is the link for it for anyone wondering

    what i dont understand is how some of the lower/rubbish unis are trying to charge so much, and i seriously dont know if student finance will even be able to cope with all the students who may still wish to be go to uni...
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    Who the **** will pay £9,000 to go to London Met???
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    its not as bad as southbank. really they should be glad someone even applied to their uni
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    They'll all charge 9,000 and claim that they "have to". If they don't straight away, they all will in 2-5 years.

    No matter how many times I hear the arguments in favour of the rise, it still confounds me how they were able to get away with it.
 
 
 
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