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Deakin University to freeze fees for 2014 enrolments in wake of federal budget

Deakin University

  By Cameron Best Students starting at Deakin University this year will not face any fee hikes as a result of the federal budget, its vice-chancellor says. Deakin has claimed to be the first Australian university to freeze tuition fees at pre-budget levels in response to the lifting of caps on fees for students accepting an offer from May 14, ... Read More »

S. Sudanese to pay same university fees as Ugandans

Uganda Students

The Kampala government has accepted a proposal by the South Sudan government to allow its students pay similar tuition fees like Ugandans in public universities. This means South Sudanese students studying in the six public universities will no longer pay tuition fees in dollars like it is the case with other foreign students. The proposal is part of the Memorandum ... Read More »

Kyambogo University students gamble fees

Kyambogo University

By Innocent Anguyo Scores of Kyambogo University students will not sit for their end of semester exams because they have gambled their tuition fees, according to the entity’s acting vice chancellor Prof Eli Katunguka. Katunguka noted that most of the students who owe money to Kyambogo were given tuition fees by their parents but preferred to gamble it, as opposed ... Read More »

University of Windsor hikes student tuition fees for next year

University of Windsor

By Dave Waddell Despite protesting students’ filling up a meeting at the Toldo Health and Education Centre urging them to put the brakes on tuition fee hikes, the University of Windsor’s Board of Governors approved increases ranging from three to five per cent for domestic students this week. Professional programs, such as business, computer science, engineering and law, will see ... Read More »

Japan: Higher university fees raise concern

japanese Students

Japan’s notoriously expensive education will get more expensive from April. Most of the country’s prestigious private universities will raise their tuition and other fees from April. Of 39 private universities with more than 10,000 undergraduates, at least 13 have said they plan to increase fees, even though they are already extremely high. Most universities said the increases were intended to ... Read More »

Students looking north for university

Chinese Students

Secondary pupils eyeing the mainland and Taiwan for higher education, citing lower costs and admission requirements, survey finds Up to a quarter of students set to leave secondary school this year want to pursue higher education on the mainland or in Taiwan, but more than half of them are not clear about how to do so, a survey by a ... Read More »

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