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University Composition Fees: Notice

15 March 2004

The Secretary of State for Education and Skills has recently announced that tuition fees for home and EU students will rise by 2.4% for the academical year 2004-05. In their Notice of 10 March 2003 (Reporter, 2002-03, p. 695), the Council proposed that the University Composition Fees payable by overseas students should be set for two years ahead and that for the years 2003-06 should be increased by 2% more than the Government's inflation figure. An increase in the fees for 2004-05 of 4.4% were approved by Grace 1 of 12 March 2003 and the Council now propose that the fees for 2005-06 for overseas students should also be increased by 4.4%.

The Management Studies Syndicate have informed the Council that it would be advantageous if the fees for the M.B.A. Degree could also be set for two years ahead. The Council have therefore agreed to put forward proposals for fees for the one-year course and for the first year of the two-year course for the M.B.A. Degree to be increased by 4.4% in each of the years 2004-05 and 2005-06.

The Council are submitting a Grace to the Regent House (Grace 1, p. 562) for the approval of the changes to the Table of Fees which result from their proposals in this Notice.

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Cambridge University Reporter 17 March 2004
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