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    Hi.

    I will hopefully be starting university this September, whilst the fees are still at 3k.

    however when they go up to 9k starting next year, would i have to pay 9k per year for the last 2 years of the course or do I still pay the 3k like my first year?

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    (Original post by vitafit)
    Hi.

    I will hopefully be starting university this September, whilst the fees are still at 3k.

    however when they go up to 9k starting next year, would i have to pay 9k per year for the last 2 years of the course or do I still pay the 3k like my first year?

    Thanks.
    3k throughout. Although you'd be a tramp to quit after 2nd year if it was 9k, anyone can afford 9k easy.

    Here at Eton, most people spend over 10k easy per term?
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    (Original post by vitafit)
    Hi.

    I will hopefully be starting university this September, whilst the fees are still at 3k.

    however when they go up to 9k starting next year, would i have to pay 9k per year for the last 2 years of the course or do I still pay the 3k like my first year?

    Thanks.
    Nope, i even asked a university on this topic it will stay 3k as your on a fixed contract
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    (Original post by Nation)
    3k throughout. Although you'd be a tramp to quit after 2nd year if it was 9k, anyone can afford 9k easy.

    Here at Eton, most people spend over 10k easy per term?
    I just wish I could neg you more!
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    (Original post by thegodofgod)
    I just wish I could neg you more!
    Thanks mate, you must of really liked my post Wow, Mensa member! Here at Eton nearly all of us are, its hardly worth talking about.
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    (Original post by vitafit)
    Hi.

    I will hopefully be starting university this September, whilst the fees are still at 3k.

    however when they go up to 9k starting next year, would i have to pay 9k per year for the last 2 years of the course or do I still pay the 3k like my first year?

    Thanks.
    Your fees are fixed. If you start paying 3k, you will pay that rate throughout your course.
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    (Original post by Nation)
    Thanks mate, you must of really liked my post
    I just wish I could do a lot more lovin'!
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    Thanks for the answers
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    (Original post by Nation)
    Thanks mate, you must of really liked my post Wow, Mensa member! Here at Eton nearly all of us are, its hardly worth talking about.
    Don't you have anything better to do? :/

    OP you pay 3.25k throughout the course
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    (Original post by BackDoorEntry)
    Don't you have anything better to do? :/

    OP you pay 3.25k throughout the course
    You got rejected from Cardiff? Ha. Only 637.5 in UKCAT?
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    (Original post by Nation)
    Thanks mate, you must of really liked my post Wow, Mensa member! Here at Eton nearly all of us are, its hardly worth talking about.
    I would have expected Eton College to have taught you to write "must have" instead of "must of". Are standards slipping?
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    (Original post by Good bloke)
    I would have expected Eton College to have taught you to write "must have" instead of "must of". Are standards slipping?
    Im afraid so, although its likely it's because its on the TSR.
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    According to my lecturer, if you started university in 2010 then you will be locked into the normal prices expected if there were no rise in prices (inflation adjusted).

    If you applied this year (2011) then the chances are you will still be alright as above because I don't think the changes have gone through parliament yet.

    According to me, if you are applying next year then you may be subject a price hike in the name of inequality.
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    (Original post by Nation)
    You got rejected from Cardiff? Ha. Only 637.5 in UKCAT?
    Yep, and got an offer from my first choice.

    You on the other hand, sit behind your computer, writing useless posts at 12am... that aren't even entertaining. Go hang up your coat and get a life.
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    (Original post by Nation)
    Im afraid so, although its likely it's because its on the TSR.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apostro...language_usage

    I doubt you go to Eton. Your grammar is practically Harrovian.
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    Wow. This thread is a great example of why you must never feed the trolls.
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    (Original post by Nation)
    3k throughout. Although you'd be a tramp to quit after 2nd year if it was 9k, anyone can afford 9k easy.

    Here at Eton, most people spend over 10k easy per term?
    Clearly another elitist from Eton college.
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    (Original post by Nation)
    3k throughout. Although you'd be a tramp to quit after 2nd year if it was 9k, anyone can afford 9k easy.

    Here at Eton, most people spend over 10k easy per term?
    Definitively a troll, but not even a fairly believable one like i'm so academic.
 
 
 
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