EU students face threefold fee hike at some English universities

From Times Higher Education: “Students from the European Union choosing to study in England face fees up to three times higher due to Brexit changes that are expected to take effect this autumn, data seen by Times Higher Education have shown. At about a quarter of English universities, new EU undergraduates will be charged an average of more than £18,500 a year − at least double the fee their counterparts were charged this year … However, a small number of universities have decided to hold EU fees to the same level as for UK students this year to avoid the price jump potentially damaging recruitment, the data show.”

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