Fees shift could leave UK ‘haemorrhaging’ cash to EU students

Fees shift could leave UK ‘haemorrhaging’ cash to EU students | John Morgan | Times Higher Education | 27 January 2011

As foreign loan debts balloon, experts fear 2012 rise will make things worse. The new tuition fees regime in English universities could worsen a “haemorrhage” of taxpayer-funded loans to citizens of other European Union nations, as well as limiting institutions’ ability to increase the lucrative fees charged to students from further afield.

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