Campuses fear losing 10 per cent of fees as Europeans stay away

From Times Higher Education: “Some English universities could lose up to 10 per cent of their fee income if forecasts about the loss of revenue from European Union students come to pass, Times Higher Education analysis suggests. Latest figures on institutional finances from the Higher Education Statistics Agency (Hesa) show that fees from EU students represented about 6 per cent of income for the sector last year, but at a few institutions the figure was much higher, including four that relied on EU students for more than a fifth of their fee revenue.”

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