Tuition fees

13 février 2018

Minister denies visa hike is tuition fees by back door

By Jan Petter Myklebust. The government has denied claims that it is bringing in tuition fees by the back door by steeply increasing visa fees for international students. More...

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28 janvier 2018

Here’s how we can right tuition

University Business Magazine logoYou can’t put a price on education, the saying goes, but if you did, it would be very high. And the cost falls on everyone.
Indeed, our economy is hampered by a two-pronged higher education problem: Collectively, Americans have racked up some $1.4 trillion in outstanding student loan debt. More...

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W.V. college presidents ponder effects of community college bill

University Business Magazine logoA bill that would provide funding to pay off a career and technical college student’s tuition balance has been getting significant attention in the Legislature. More...

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Warner Pacific slashes tuition, fees to ease student burden

University Business Magazine logoWarner Pacific University, the small newly renamed private Christian school in Southeast Portland, said it will slash its annual tuition and fees by $5,880 starting this fall. More...

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27 janvier 2018

Supplementing Your Income as a Grad Student

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/blog_landing/public/Screen%20Shot%202011-12-12%20at%2012.29.48%20PM.png?itok=ITDqfJNPGraduate school isn’t cheap. On average, tuition for graduate studies is between $30,000 to $40,000 a year depending on whether you attend a public or private university. Tuition waivers and stipends don’t always cover the total cost of attendance, which includes expenses like health care, housing, food, transportation. More...

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Toronto Lowers Tuition for International Ph.D. Students

HomeBy Elizabeth Redden. The University of Toronto announced that starting this fall it is reducing its tuition rate for most international Ph.D. students to the lower rate paid by domestic students. More...

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25 janvier 2018

42 universities in trouble over excess examination fees

The Nigerian government has queried 42 universities for charging more than the NGN2,000 (US$5.50) instructed by the Ministry of Education for the 2017 post-Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examinations conducted after the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board examinations, writes Wale Odunsi for the Daily Post. More...

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23 janvier 2018

Students protest fees, suppression and discrimination

Hundreds of students at several major Iranian universities protested last week against higher tuition fees and what they claim is political suppression and gender discrimination, reports Radio Farda. More...

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Admission fees to be cut at private universities

The Ministry of Education announced last week that from 2022 all private universities in South Korea will stop receiving admission fees, the amount and use of which has remained murky and controversial at times. The government had already decided to scrap admission fees at public universities from next year, reports the Korea JoongAng Daily. More...

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Students unhappy over 30% fee hike

By Gilbert Nganga. Kenya is set to increase fees for state-sponsored students in public universities by 30% from next year, following recommendations by the University Fund, the government agency mandated to set fees. Students have vowed to oppose the increase. More...

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