Tuition fees

17 janvier 2020

UK guarantees home fees for EU students in 2020

By Kerrie Kennedy. UK Universities minister Chris Skidmore has announced that EU students starting university in the 2020/21 academic year will have guaranteed home fee status and financial support for the duration of courses in England, “whether a deal for leaving the EU is in place or not”. More...

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16 janvier 2020

Why lazy rivers have their place on college campuses–and yet still might just be lazy

eCampus NewsAt a time when college tuition list prices are higher than ever before, CBS News recently spotlighted how some colleges are spending more on lavish perks like lazy rivers in an effort to lure students to their campuses often at the expense of core academic facilities like libraries. More...

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15 janvier 2020

Dalhousie Uni to increase int’l student fees

By Kerrie Kennedy. Canada’s Dalhousie University has committed to an increase in international student tuition fees, which will see international students in undergraduate and non-thesis master’s programs pay an additional $1,473 per year over four years. More...

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Sweden: non-EU fee-paying students rose by 24% in 2017/18

By Viggo Stacey. The number of fee-paying students attending Higher Education Institutes across Sweden increased by 24% on the previous year in 2017/18, according to Swedish Higher Education Authority (UKÄ) statistics. More...

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14 janvier 2020

US ushers in huge hike in SEVIS fee charged to international students

By Viggo Stacey. The US Department of Homeland Security has confirmed it will increase Student and Exchange Visitor Program fees for international students on F and M visas by 75% and the school certification petition fee by 76%, in a move it says will continue to fund operations. More...

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13 janvier 2020

Application Fees

By Matt Reed. Yes, the colleges need the money. But application fees are a drop in the bucket, in terms of the overall budget, and I suspect that any money made from fees is more than lost in the form of applications deterred. More...

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12 décembre 2019

IB to abolish student exam registration fee

By Callan Quinn. The International Baccalaureate has announced it will abolish its £138 (US$172) “candidate registration” fee to reduce financial burdens on students. More...

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11 décembre 2019

Canada: Simon Fraser U hikes int’l fees by 12%

By Claudia Civinini. New undergraduate international students at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia will see tuition fees increased by 12% on average, with business students facing a 20% hike. More...

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Host fees hike in Canada – ESQ survey

By Claudia Civinini. Host payments are on the rise in Canada, with homestay programs paying on average CA$95 more than last year – a 13% jump, a survey conducted by ESQ Educational Services on 42 programs has found. More...

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Ontario: support for regulated fees, PSW

By Claudia Civinini. There is strong support among Ontarians for regulated tuition fees for both domestic and internationals and for post-study work opportunities for international students, a survey carried out by Ipsos for the Canadian Federation of Students Ontario has found. More...

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