University fees must be means-tested, says Sutton Trust

Waller-Davies, Becky
May 2013
Lawyer 2B;5/31/2013, p3
The article reports that according to the education charity, Sutton Trust college fees need to be means-tested in Great Britain. It states that a survey conducted by the Sutton Trust reveals that 11-16 years old are concerned about college fees. Around 17 percent of respondents mentioned that they consider college fees before deciding whether to opt for college.


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