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    As I understand it tuition fees are due to go up from around £1150 to £3000 in 2006.

    Does this mean that those of us starting next year 2005 will pay these fees when they are introduced or are we the last year to benefit from the lower tuition fees throughout uni?

    If you were rejected from all uni's this year and re-applied next year to start in 2006 would this mean that you would have to pay all new higher tuition fees?
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    (Original post by piemonster411)
    us starting next year 2005 will pay these fees when they are introduced or are we the last year to benefit from the lower tuition fees throughout uni?
    i think we won't have to pay the higher fees at all (not entirely sure though)

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    If you were rejected from all uni's this year and re-applied next year to start in 2006 would this mean that you would have to pay all new higher tuition fees?
    yeah, afraid so , but then there is ucas extra, clearing, etc.
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    (Original post by piemonster411)
    As I understand it tuition fees are due to go up from around £1150 to £3000 in 2006.

    Does this mean that those of us starting next year 2005 will pay these fees when they are introduced or are we the last year to benefit from the lower tuition fees throughout uni?

    If you were rejected from all uni's this year and re-applied next year to start in 2006 would this mean that you would have to pay all new higher tuition fees?
    No we pay £1150 throughout our uni time and so do ppl who applied for deferred entry ( i think they got the government to change it) so if you start in 2006 normally (ie not from deferred) onwards you pay the full £3000. And i'd assume you would end up paying £3000 if you got rejected by everyone. :tsr:
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    also remember that you don't necessarily pay £3000. this is just at certain univerities. some will decide not to or won't be allowed to.
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    thanks a lot
 
 
 
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