Raising fees

Call for universities to charge well-off students £30,000 a year
Others gave a cautious welcome to Blanchflower’s intervention. Bahram Bekhradnia, director of the Higher Education Policy Institute, said that a progressive system which supported those who were less fortunate was needed to stave off a funding crisis. But the American fees system could not be imported unchanged, he added. “In the US, higher education is seen as an investment. Here it is seen as a right.”

Author: Terry Madeley

I work with student data and enjoy reading about art and design, data, education and technology.

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