According to the British immigration law, full-time students
are entitled to up to two-month leave of absence.
In practice the changes to part-time support will be rather more complex for students, the sector and stakeholders than those for full-time students
from Wales, who will see little practical difference in their funding arrangements.
There are 20,299 full-time students
and 37,375 part-timers enrolled ha the state's two-year colleges.
From September 2012 universities and colleges in the public sector in England can charge new full-time students
up to pounds 9,000 a year.
A report says that over the next decade there will be a surge in full-time students
saving cash by living at home and studying locally.
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The committee's said 40% of students were part-time but many so-called full-time students
, who are entitled to loans and maintenance grants worth thousands of pounds, work only up to 20 hours per week.
Pricing varies based on the module selected and the number of full-time students
After all, 30 years ago, my university, Northeastern Illinois University, and many other regional public colleges and universities, enrolled primarily full-time students
This move would effectively quadruple the Timmins-area enrolment, bringing the current total of 100 full-time students
to an estimated 450.
Service learners were typically less than 25 years old (71 percent), full-time students
(80 percent), and part-time workers (61 percent).
Before state officials will allow construction of the second campus, the college must sustain an enrollment of at least the equivalent of 500 full-time students