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News & Press: Education

Two-year degrees are unlikely to change universities

20 December 2017   (0 Comments)

The government is using the greater flexibility it was given in setting tuition fees and student loan regulations by the Higher Education and Research Act.

The consultation is relatively straightforward, proposing that providers may charge annual tuition fees for an accelerated degree at 20% above the standard level.

Currently, this would be £11,100 a year for an accelerated course at most higher education providers, compared to £9,250 for the normal three- or four-year course.

Read more in The Guardian