17 juin 2018

Moody's: Declining Enrollment Is Squeezing Tuition Revenue

HomeBy Paul Fain. Recently released data on declining college enrollments in the U.S. and constraints on tuition pricing will continue to suppress tuition revenue growth this year, according to Moody's, the credit-rating agency. More...

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04 juin 2018

All six local universities to raise fees

All six local universities in Singapore will be raising their tuition fees for the new academic year, which begins in August, while some also intend to bump up scholarships and financial aid, reports The Star. More...

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29 mai 2018

South Carolinians spend more on tuition. Will Student Bill of Rights help?

University Business Magazine logoSouth Carolina's board overseeing the state's network of colleges and universities has approved its first-ever Student Bill of Rights in hopes of making higher education more affordable and keeping the state's institutions in the black. More...

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28 mai 2018

Scrapped tuition fees boost Germany’s popularity

By Michael Gardner. The absence of tuition fees at most universities in Germany appears to be the chief aspect international students consider when making their choice of where to study, ahead of the quality of higher education offered. The key consideration in funding their study period abroad is being allowed to work part-time, a recent study found. More...

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When university tuition fees go up, diversity goes down

By Drew Allen and Gregory C Wolniak. As college tuition fees continue to rise at a staggering rate, people tend to worry about how much harder it becomes for students and families to pay for college. More...

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26 mai 2018

It Doesn’t Just Seem Harder…

http://www.insidehighered.com/sites/default/server_files/styles/large/public/confessions_of_a_community_college_dean_blog_header.jpgBy Matt Reed. A tweet last week caught a bit of fire, so I thought it might be worth revisiting. Last week we had graduation, and we gave a Distinguished Alumnus award to a graduate who has gone on to achieve great things. A professor introduced me to her the day before; she mentioned that when she started in 1978, tuition was $6 per credit. More...

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21 mai 2018

Columbia Art Students Want Tuition Refund

HomeBy Scott Jaschik. Students in the visual arts M.F.A. program at Columbia University are demanding tuition refunds, citing inadequate facilities and support, The Wall Street Journal reported. More...

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14 mai 2018

Students head to the Great White North over fees, Trump

Tertiary education in Canada, known as the Great White North, is proving attractive to students from the United States, where Americans owe nearly US$1.2 trillion in student loan debt, writes Susan Donaldson James for the Pacific Standard. More...

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Universities warned to stop charging tuition fees

Nigeria’s Federal Executive Council will investigate reports of federal universities collecting tuition fees from students as it maintains that it is illegal to do so, writes Leon Usigbe for the Nigerian Tribune. More...

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11 mai 2018

Five Truths About Tuition

Five Truths About Tuition
Good discussion (though at times irritating) on the rising cost of tuition in American universities. The pattern is familiar: states cut the buget for universities (actually, they slow down the rate of increase), universities make up some of the shortfall through tuition. More...

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