High price of international tuition payments revealedThe PIE News.
The research also found that each university could lose up to 67 working days per year as a result of the extra staff time and resources required to process international tuition fee payments.
The data was based on a 1.39% transaction fee charged on a payment made by credit cards internationally. Among the 100 admissions and finance teams surveyed at higher education institutions across the UK, nearly half (44%) of the survey respondents found that having to pay these transaction costs for international payments was the biggest challenge when processing international tuition fees.
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