Tag: Tuition

Free tuition is no magic bullet

January 13, 2015 | By | Reply More
Free tuition is no magic bullet

German State, Lower Saxony, decided to make free tuition a policy By Jeff CollinsĀ and Ben Eisen Eliminating tuition fees for university students is a wasteful and inefficient policy idea. Students themselves share in the benefits of higher education through increased lifetime earnings and it is reasonable that they should also share some of the costs. […]

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University education too expensive, students receive too little value

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University education too expensive, students receive too little value

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The cost of a university education in Canada

September 19, 2011 | By | Reply More
The cost of a university education in Canada

Troy Media – ATB Financial For most Canadians, inflation is measured by the Consumer Price Index, which currently pegs overall inflation in Canada at 2.7 per cent. But for thousands of Canadian students, inflation is running much higher than that.

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Cheap tuition does little to boost university access

September 16, 2011 | By | Reply More
Cheap tuition does little to boost university access

Troy Media – By Ben Eisen Labour Day has come and gone, which means university students across Canada are now finalizing their first set of tuition payments for the new academic year. Tuition levels vary considerably across Canada. In Manitoba, Newfoundland and Quebec, average annual tuition fees are very low, at less than $3, 600 […]

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