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as most of us know they are changing or increasing or something but im wondering what exactly is happening? :confused: and how will it affect students
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think its gonna cost roughly 3000 pounds a year instead of 1000, although non top-up fee students have to pay tuition fees while they learn, those with the top up fees dont have to pay until they meet the income bracket(14000 a year i think).
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(Original post by danmint)
think its gonna cost roughly 3000 pounds a year instead of 1000, although non top-up fee students have to pay tuition fees while they learn, those with the top up fees dont have to pay until they meet the income bracket(14000 a year i think).
uh are tuition fees different at different uni's? i thought places like oxford charged more.
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Universities will be able to set any amount up to £3000 a year, though the majority will go for the full £3000
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Aren't the new fees only for people applying for 2006 onwards?
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Does anyone know how the international (overseas) student fees will be affected?
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Intrenational student fees would not be affected.
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(Original post by Chris87)
Aren't the new fees only for people applying for 2006 onwards?
yes I think so
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