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    I know that Leeds Metropolitan charge around £2000, and I need to know for economics coursework which others don't, thanks in advance.
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    I don't think Leeds Trinity and All Saints do either. Just look it up on Google, it should tell you.
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    Greenwich University doesn't.
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    The crap ones basically!
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    (Original post by Rock n Roll)
    The crap ones basically!

    ^^^^ This.
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    some charge more
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    (Original post by .:Gamble:.)
    some charge more
    They can't, unless they're private universities.
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    (Original post by hobnob)
    They can't, unless they're private universities.
    buckingham uni, not private, charge £7,500 & £8,000. 2 year degree btw.

    http://www.buckingham.ac.uk/study/fe...ergrad-uk.html

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    Buckingham is a private university.
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    (Original post by Rock n Roll)
    The crap ones basically!
    No. Glasgow and Edinburgh charge £1775. Can't be bothered researching but I think it's the same for all Scottish unis.
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    (Original post by TheOneWho)
    Buckingham is a private university.
    how i do i feel....:shifty:
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    (Original post by muppers)
    I know that Leeds Metropolitan charge around £2000, and I need to know for economics coursework which others don't, thanks in advance.
    How lazy are you ?
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    (Original post by .:Gamble:.)
    how i do i feel....:shifty:
    Like a Rolling Stone?
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    I thought it was £3225 this year??
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    (Original post by teabreak)
    No. Glasgow and Edinburgh charge £1775. Can't be bothered researching but I think it's the same for all Scottish unis.
    Ah yes i'm aware of that, tis one of the main reasons i'm applying for Edinburgh :yep: I thought the OP meant English universities
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    (Original post by .:Gamble:.)
    buckingham uni, not private, charge £7,500 & £8,000. 2 year degree btw.

    http://www.buckingham.ac.uk/study/fe...ergrad-uk.html

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    That's living costs.
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    (Original post by Rock n Roll)
    Ah yes i'm aware of that, tis one of the main reasons i'm applying for Edinburgh :yep: I thought the OP meant English universities

    Careful, though. I'm not sure on the details, but isnt the reduced price on Scottish Uni's for Scottish students only? I though, for Glasgow at least, that you pay more if you are from outwith Scotland. I could be wrong.
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    (Original post by .:Gamble:.)
    buckingham uni, not private, charge £7,500 & £8,000. 2 year degree btw.

    http://www.buckingham.ac.uk/study/fe...ergrad-uk.html

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    From September 2008 annual tuition fees for home students at most UK universities will be £3,145 - a total of £9,435 for a 3-year degree. Buckingham's fee for a degree, whether taken over 2, 2¼ or 3 years will be in the region of £16,500 - but our shorter degrees offer a substantial saving in living costs (we estimate around £7,500 & £8,000 on a 2-year degree - see our estimated living costs) and Buckingham graduates can start earning a year earlier.






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    (Original post by Nude)
    Careful, though. I'm not sure on the details, but isnt the reduced price on Scottish Uni's for Scottish students only? I though, for Glasgow at least, that you pay more if you are from outwith Scotland. I could be wrong.
    Scottish students don't pay. Everyone else from the UK will pay the £1775 or however much it is now.
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    I don't get charged 3k (only 1225 or whatever it is). That's only because I entered in 2004 (pre-top up fees) and if I go back....

    I was thinking London Met, but they do charge the full amount.
 
 
 
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