14 décembre 2015

Moody's Projects Weak Growth in Net Tuition Revenue

HomeMoody's Investors Service is projecting weak growth -- 2 to 3 percent -- in net tuition revenue in the next year. Such growth is a key indicator of financial health for many colleges and universities. Read more...

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13 décembre 2015

Discount Much?

HomeBy Kellie Woodhouse. How high is too high a discount to offer students? Nearly 10 percent of colleges have rates of 60 percent or more. For some it appears to be a sign of distress, yet others see a strategy. Read more...

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Tuition Revenue Is Expected to Be Stagnant Again Next Year, Moody’s Says

http://chronicle.com/img/photos/biz/Ticker%20revised%20round%2045.gifBy . Public and private colleges and universities alike expect tuition revenue to be relatively stagnant in the 2016 fiscal year, according to Moody’s Investors Service’s annual tuition survey. More...

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10 décembre 2015

England has highest university tuition fees in industrialised world, survey finds

http://static.guim.co.uk/static/c55907932af8ee96c21b7d89a9ebeedb4602fbbf/common/images/logos/the-guardian/news.gifBy. OECD’s annual survey of education across 34 countries shows England has highest fees, followed by US and Japan. More...

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09 décembre 2015

Fears of WTO effect on college fees

A group of academics has urged the central government not to sign a treaty at an upcoming World Trade Organization meeting that they said would turn higher education into a business, encourage foreign universities to set up shop in India, and drive fees through the roof, reports The Telegraph India. Read more...

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08 décembre 2015

University students in England 'pay the highest tuition fees in the world'

http://t0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcQPxnNUZkzq1IINmqwJMRe0Mx9jmcJPvZ89WaflkoXFnHo0R2jfVuceEAwwBy . The $9,000 (£6,000) average tuition fees are higher than any other developed country, including the United States and Australia. Read more...

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07 décembre 2015

Scrap universal tuition fee grant, say Welsh universities

By Chris Havergal. Wales’ higher education institutions have called on the country’s next government to scrap the universal tuition fee grant and to redirect funding to means-tested maintenance grants. More...

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Drop link between TEF and fees, vice-chancellors urge MPs

By Chris Havergal. Vice-chancellors have called for the teaching excellence framework to be “decoupled” from decisions about the tuition fees that universities are allowed to charge. More...

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01 décembre 2015

English students pay world’s highest tuition fees

Students in England now pay, on average, the highest university tuition fees in the world, around six times more than those studying in Switzerland and Italy, and fees could rise even higher after it was announced universities could decide how much they charge if they can prove they offer good-quality teaching, writes Lucy Sherriff for The Huffington Post. Read more...

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23 novembre 2015

Foreign student numbers jump despite tuition fees

By Jan Petter Myklebust. The number of fee-paying students from outside the European Union or European Economic Area, or EU/EEA, at higher education institutions in Sweden rose by 30% in 2014-15 compared to the previous year. Read more...

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