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University Fees

An indepth look of how university costs are rising and students are getting themselves in higher debt making others reconsider higher education as an option.

Shona-lee Wood

on 13 June 2010

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Part time jobs whilst being a student Student Loans Student Debt Univserity Fee's Students taking out loans for all costs of university, accomidation and living To pay it off they dedicate there free time of which they should be studying to a part time job... Part time jobs for students takes up most there studying time. Meaning they have less time for studying which surverys have found effect there overal exam results. Its becomne common that if students have a part time job along side studying they are known to have less debt but there grades will be effect or it can be the other way round with students without part time jobs having better grades but a bigger debt high university fees cause stress for students whether its having a high debt to pay once graduated or having to juggle a job around studying and having the worry of not getting the grade needed. Secondary research Newspaper reviews: Times online

*commercial loans at high rates causing student debt.

*money worries affecting accidemic performance.

*2008 average student debt = £3,500. Telegragh:

*1 in 7 students drop out of university.

*22.6% students not completeing courses.

*47,788 undergraduate students. Enough to fill 3-4 universties alone. News reports BBC News:

*universities wanting to increase in tuittion fees

*fees to rise from £4,000 - £20,000 each year!

*Students facing higher debts.

*cap removed, giving universities the right to do what they like!

*changes effecting over a million students.

BBC News:

*seeing university education as an investment.

*fees only being allowed to increase if caps removed. Market research Primary Research Debates Should the top-up fee ceiling be increased? Yes *Universities need extra income if they are going to maintain standards and increase student numbers *Unlikely that funding can just come from the government. *The introduction of top-up fees had little or no effect deterring students from applying to university No * With employment prospects dwindling, students won't want to countenance any more debts

* Higher education should be available free of charge, just like primary or secondary education

* Universities have not yet delivered on "value for money" with the current ceiling of £3,225

Secondary Research
Links http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/7946912.stm










Questionaire At this present time are you considering university? Can you afford university? With or without a loan? Do the potential tuition fees put you off? Results Questions 1

Question 2

Question 3 Yes:7
No:3 Yes with loan:9
Yes without loan:1 Yes:6
No:4 Colin Peterson wrote:
A university Degree in this day and age is little more than a til receipt for the tuition fees.

University was once something reserved for those who showed academic potential, but in the past decade or so the job market has been gear towards graduate degree schemes. Once vocational colleges taught many of the subjects that are now taught in universities at a greater expense to the student. But lest we forget that we are conditioned now to accept that a degree is the only path to educational success. And with all the Graduate job placement schemes we have no choice, it is the job market that dictates and if universities produce quality then it has to be paid for. The 'higher education for all' mentality is destroying a once revered institution. Real experience has been superseded by a relatively worthless piece of paper and look how industry in the west has begun a slow painful death.

Producing workers rather than thinkers at an increasing cost to the individual is the new
method of social control and economic policing; debt, credit cards and unattainable idea's of lifestyle choices. University is an important institution for different reasons in contemporary society. http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/education/article6910226.ece
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