The move is aimed at easing students' fury over the planned hike in tuition fees
after violent protests across the country.
According to The Telegraph, the University and College Union, which conducted the research, called on the Coalition to scrap a proposed tuition fee
hike to avoid the "unenviable" tag.
Yap said Republic Act 6139 on tuition fee
, which was enacted in 1970, has become unresponsive given reported cases of irrational tuition fee
increases that contribute to the prohibitive cost of education, jeopardizing the access of a wide majority to quality education.
Mr Thomas said that, while the stock tuition fee
grant (up to PS5,500 per student) had spiralled, the total estimated cost of issuing tuition fee
loans (the initial PS3,500 per student) was largely unchanged at just over PS1.
I'm not much of a fan of the SNP but they deserve great praise for ensuring no Scot pays tuition fees
if they go to a Scottish university.
Harb said that any hikes in tuition fees
this year were a result of a salary increase elementary school teachers received last year.
An immediate implementation of the promise of a 30% tuition fee
reduction for all students
Students on other degree programmes nationwide will be faced with tuition fees
of up to pounds 9,000 a year from later this year.
Unfortunately, it would appear that for many years now those that previously benefited from not having to pay for tuition fees
are the ones now trying their hardest to ensure that they exclude those from poorer backgrounds from doing the same.
Liverpool, Edge Hill and John Moores universities are among those which will charge the maximum pounds 9,000 tuition fees
are the amount universities or colleges will charge you each year to study.
Meanwhile, parents have expressed their grave concern over increase in tuition fees
and demanded to cut down to increase in fees.