Tuition fees

15 septembre 2019

Oh Hey, Tuition Data!

Every year in Canada, we have a back-to-school ritual: some time during the first week of the postsecondary term (usually on the Wednesday or Thursday), Statistics Canada releases its annual tuition fee survey. Pretty much everybody and their third cousin come together in our local, regional, and national newspapers to talk about how terrible it is that postsecondary education in this country “costs so much”. More...

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08 septembre 2019

Bilan 2018-2019 (II) : Hausse des frais d’inscription

http://blog.educpros.fr/julien-gossa/files/2018/01/cropped-JulienGossa.jpgBlog Educpros de Julien Gossa. Au sein du plan « Bienvenue En France », cette mesure est présentée comme visant à améliorer l’attractivité internationale de la France. Elle est également présentée comme modeste, puisque limitée à seulement 1/3 du coût réel des études, laissant même entendre qu’il s’agissait d’une mesure de justice sociale, les étrangers ne s’acquittant pas de l’impôt. Plus...

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07 septembre 2019

Les frais scolaires minent l'égalité des chances dans le système public

The ConversationJe dois payer 85 dollars par enfant en frais scolaires pour l'année scolaire 2019-2020 à l'école secondaire publique de mes fils. Ils se répartissent comme suit : 35 dollars pour soutenir les clubs, les équipes, le coaching et l'athlétisme ; 35 dollars pour l'annuaire ; 10 dollars pour un t-shirt d'athlétisme ; 5 dollars pour un agenda. Plus...

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05 septembre 2019

Western Michigan's Law School Cuts Tuition

HomeBy Paul Fain. While several highly selective law schools for the first time are charging more than $100,000 per year in total cost of attendance, Western Michigan University's Cooley Law School this week announced that it was reducing tuition rates beginning next year from $1,750 per credit hour to $1,375, a decline of 21 percent. More...

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25 août 2019

Tuition fees cut could be devastating for universities, say peers

The GuardianProposals to reduce tuition fees for students in England would have severe consequences for universities, which are already struggling in a challenging financial environment, a Lords committee has said. More...

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Leave to remain – but no home to remain in after fees treble

The GuardianYoung people who have grown up in the UK being forced into destitution by Home Office fees. More...

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When a nurse repays more than a banker, it’s time to scrap university tuition fees

The GuardianThe English student loan system is unfair and the Augar review doesn’t even start solving the mess. More...

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24 août 2019

What Do Students Get in Return for Their Tuition?

By Steven Mintz. A recent report in the Chronicle of Higher Education lays bare a reality that is too often invisible to students, parents, and legislators: That colleges and universities spend radically different amounts on instruction. More...

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How the Other Half Matriculates

By Matt ReedDid you know that the University of Virginia charges hundreds of dollars for an “orientation fee?” More...

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23 août 2019

Pennsylvania System Freezes Tuition for Second Time in 36 Years

HomeBy Rick Seltzer. The Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education will freeze tuition for the second time in its history for the upcoming 2019-20 academic year, a move that can be seen as a public gesture of goodwill, coming as the embattled system negotiates a cloudy future leaders hope will include structural changes and renewed support from lawmakers. More...

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