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When tuition fees were a flat £1100. Yes you read it correctly £1100. Watch

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    http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/uk_news/e...on/3046985.stm

    The good o days when its a tenth of what it is right now.

    11 years ago we were all little kids playing in the park...
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    (Original post by Wilsoncw1997)
    The good o days when its a tenth of what it is right now.
    Clearly you're not studying maths.
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    (Original post by Drewski)
    Clearly you're not studying maths.
    almost 9000 and 1100
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    (Original post by Wilsoncw1997)
    almost 9000 and 1100
    Which is in no-one's reckoning a tenth.


    And anyway, so what? Everyone knows they used to cost less. Guess what, before that it was free. Why wasn't that your thread header?
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    Would be interesting if someone could calculate what £1100 would be in today's money.
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    (Original post by spleenharvester)
    Would be interesting if someone could calculate what £1100 would be in today's money.
    ~£1400
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    (Original post by spleenharvester)
    Would be interesting if someone could calculate what £1100 would be in today's money.


    http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/b...nged-1900.html
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    1100(1.05) ^10 = 1792

    assuming rates at 5% pa paid over 10 years
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    When I went to uni the first time, I paid no fees and got a non-repayable grant. The good old days. When about 2% of the population went to uni and the system was financially sustainable.
 
 
 
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