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This year will likely be no different from past years as the education ministry vows to penalize universities that refuse to follow its policy by not raising tuition fees.
That is why we are freezing tuition for another year as we prepare to bring forward long-term tuition and funding policies in the new year.
While some institutions remain wary of this 'free-tuition-for-all' law, many UP students rejoiced because a huge chunk of their tuition will now be fully covered by the government.
The UO's tuition also will go up 3 percent for nonresidents - for a total of $945 more next school year for both resident and nonresident students.
Keywords: Private tuition, Tuition center, Education, Pakistan.
All the bills seeking to regulate state schools' tuition have died.
In the University of the Philippines, tuition fees have risen exponentially in the past two decades.
This paper aims to explore economic impact of private tuition on students their families and broader Pakistani society.
Tuition has become a major money spinner for many teachers in Bahrain.
Summary: The Abu Dhabi University (ADU) has announced that its tuition fees will remain unchanged throughout the coming academic year with students being offered a quarter off from their tuition fees.
By Neil A Alcober/Manila Times The gates of the Commission on Higher Education's (CHED's) main office in Diliman, Quezon City has been bombarded with red paint by some student-activists who picketed yesterday, outside the commission's building to denounce the proposed implementation of a new Socialised Tuition Fee Scheme (STFS) in the Polytechnic University of the Philippines (PUP).
For their sons (they're still deciding about their daughter), the couple is using prepaid tuition plans.