Uni fees cap to rise to £9,250 next year
English and Welsh universities have been given the go-ahead to hike maximum tuition fees to £9,250 from next August
21 July 2016
Labour to cut tuition fees to £6,000 a year if it wins election
University tuition fees will be cut from £9,000 to £6,000 a year if Labour wins the General Election, Ed Miliband says
27 February 2015
Parents' anger over tuition fees U-turn
MPs who broke a tuition fees pledge not to raise costs, shouldn't stand for re-election, reveals a new poll
21 November 2012
Student living costs ‘to hit £9,250 a year’
Students heading to university this autumn can expect to spend an average £9,254 a year on leisure and essentials
16 August 2012
Applications for 2012 uni starters fall as tuition fees set to rise
Applications for those hoping to start uni under the new higher tuition fees system are down compared with last year
30 January 2012
Confusion reigns as student fees fear takes hold
Poll results reveal lack of understanding over new tuition fees, as many expected to hit the streets today in protest
9 November 2011
Only one third of pupils understand the new tuition fees system
Only one third of pupils correctly understand the 2012 fees system for universities in England, a new survey reveals
27 June 2011
Tuition fees to hit £9,000 as Government wins vote
9 December 2010
Student tuition fees could treble by 2012
3 November 2010
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