English students pay world’s highest tuition feesThe Huffington Post.
England topped the list, published by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, or OECD, for the first time – beating even the United States. The report is the first to analyse and compare data after the fee cap in England was increased to £9,000 (US$13,600) in 2012. The US had the second highest average fees at around £5,300 (US$8,000) – although Ivy League universities still charge significantly more than institutions in the UK.
The proposals, announced by Universities Minister Jo Johnson, were described as a "direct assault on the rights of students" by the National Campaign Against Fees and Cuts group.
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