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Please can anyone explain these university fees increases to me?

Mrs.Z Avatar
5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
Afternoon all.

I know the Uni course fees are going up in 2012, but if I start a 3 year course this year, will I have to pay the increased fees for the 2nd and 3rd year or is it only those who are starting their 1st year in 2012?

I sincerely hope it's the latter but highly suspect it will be the first option LOL!

Thank yous x
Mrs.Z Avatar
5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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#1
dcx_badass
If you start in september you pay the current fees. You pay the same for your whole course, you are only affected if you start in 2012.

massmail666
the increase is only for new students (that start in 2011/2012)

2012/2013 actually.


Ooh, really? So, if I wanna do it I need to go for it, eh?
Thanks for replying - please forgive my ignorance but if my course fees are stated as £3250 or something, is that for the whole 3 years or do I pay that for each year (x 3)?
#2
That's per year.
banned 1 Like #3
Jebus, what Uni has allowed you in?
#4
dcx_badass
Mrs.Z
dcx_badass
If you start in september you pay the current fees. You pay the same for your whole course, you are only affected if you start in 2012.
massmail666
the increase is only for new students (that start in 2011/2012)
2012/2013 actually.
Ooh, really? So, if I wanna do it I need to go for it, eh?Thanks for replying - please forgive my ignorance but if my course fees are stated as £3250 or something, is that for the whole 3 years or do I pay that for each year (x 3)?

Each year, it normally increases each year aswell, but only by like £50-100. But yes this is the last year to apply before the increase.


Thank you so much :)
#5
JonnyTwoToes
Jebus, what Uni has allowed you in?


Shut up! :(
#6
Your OP doesn't make sense, you say

1. Pay reduced fees one year then increased for two
2. Pay reduced fees all the way through

and then you sincerely hope it is the first option?
#7
peodude
Your OP doesn't make sense, you say

1. Pay reduced fees one year then increased for two
2. Pay reduced fees all the way through

and then you sincerely hope it is the first option?


LOL, oh yes I did - sorry have been doing assignment for hours an dquickly came on here to ask, didn't read through my post before submitting :D

EDIT: What do you mean? It looks right to me :p

Edited By: Mrs.Z on Jan 23, 2011 17:27
banned 1 Like #8
The uni fees won't affect my kids, because I'll make sure I lose my job and the wife's. Then I'll spend all our savings/money launder it :D

Edited By: lumoruk on Jan 23, 2011 17:45
#9
lumoruk
The uni fees won't affect my kids, because I'll make sure I lose my job and the wife's. Then I'll spend all our savings/money launder it :D

Sounds like a plan... :D
2 Likes #10
although I would suggest looking into if the open uni do the course you want to do, as their yearly fees are less than £1000
#11
The deadline for applications has passed for 2011 entry now anyway I think.
#12
dcx_badass
rose_cat_jr
The deadline for applications has passed for 2011 entry now anyway I think.

No, you can apply up until May, they just don't have to consider you past the January ~15th deadline.


You can apply up till 30th June but the application won't be treated as equally as those that were submitted before 15th January :)
#13
Kitten13
although I would suggest looking into if the open uni do the course you want to do, as their yearly fees are less than £1000


Thanks for replying but it's not :)
#14
Am probably wrong - but have been told that some universities will charge all students the increased fee when it comes in, even if they are second or third years?

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