28 septembre 2017

Students await president’s verdict on tertiary fees

President Jacob Zuma’s delay in releasing the Heher Commission report on the feasibility of free higher education has left tertiary students worried that institutions could increase fees next year, writes Msindisi Fengu for City Press. More...

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27 septembre 2017

Droits d’inscription à l’Université pour l’année 2017-2018

Campus FranceLes montants des droits d'inscription pour les diplômes nationaux délivrés dans les établissements publics d’enseignement supérieur sont de: 184 € pour la Licence, 256 € pour le Master, 391 € pour le Doctorat et 610 € pour les diplômes d’ingénieur des écoles relevant du MESRI. Plus...

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23 septembre 2017

Staff and students call on Government to dump Budget cuts and fee hikes

On campuses around the country today, during a designated National Day of Protest, staff and students rallied to urge the Turnbull Government to scrap planned cuts to higher education and increases in student fees. More...

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22 septembre 2017

International Financial Firms Announce Tuition Payment Promotion for Chinese Students

Best Masters Degrees & Masters Programs 2017/2018According to a Geoswift press release, this new agreement will simplify the payment experience for Chinese international students by giving them a streamlined user experience. More...

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Egypt Announces Cap on University Tuition Fees

Best Masters Degrees & Masters Programs 2017/2018According to an announcement last month from Egyptian Higher Education Minister Ashraf El-Sheehy, there will be no increases to tuition fees for returning students at the country’s public and private universities, as reported by Ahram Online. But how will new students fare? Here’s a closer look at the state of tuition fees in Egypt during this time of economic uncertainty. More...

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21 septembre 2017

What HE students pay and what support they are given

Countries around the world can be roughly divided into four groups according to two factors: the level of university tuition fees charged and the financial support available through each country’s student financial aid system, according to the latest OECD report, Education at a Glance 2017, writes Geoff Maslen. More...

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Pressure mounts as universities hike residence fees

By Ashraf Khaled. Egyptian authorities have announced an increase in accommodation fees for students living in university dormitories, putting mounting pressure on students and their families living through the country’s worst economic crisis in decades. More...

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Fees, disruption and the meaning of the university

By Tom Abeles. The history of the itinerant scholar can be traced through the founding of various schools in the early centuries. A major shift occurred around 1000, in Italy, when the first universities were founded under the sponsorship of governments and religious organisations. This marked the point at which the interests of a larger public influenced the formation of and activities within the ‘Ivory Tower’. More...

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20 septembre 2017

Who benefits when international students pay higher tuition fees?

Education & Skills TodayAs many countries seek to restrict immigration, international students are becoming a targeted population. One of the policies that aim to reduce the number of incoming international students is charging higher tuition fees for international students compared to national students (“national” meaning outside the European Economic Area [EEA] in the case of European countries). More...

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Tuition fees architect calls for their scrapping

Tuition fees have become so "politically diseased" they should be scrapped, says one of the politicians who designed them, writes Caroline Mortimer for the Independent. More...

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