....Tuition fees now cost a whopping £27,000 for a typical three-year course, although students in Wales and Scotland get more support. Residential fees, materials and living expenses on top mean that self-funding students in England are likely to graduate with average debts of £50,800, according to the Institute for Fiscal Studies
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Wednesday 16th of August 2017 08:47:00 AM
.... And how reliable is that? The earnings of today’s 40- and 50-year-old graduates, who were only one-tenth of the school-leaver generation of their day, is hardly a guide to the future earnings potential of the much larger cohort of students now in higher education. An analysis by the Institute for Fiscal Studies
last year found that at a large number of universities, (36 for men and 10 for women) 10% of graduates were earning more than £60,000 a year 10 years on. ...
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Saturday 19th of August 2017 06:00:06 AM