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New study shows EU’s patchwork university fees system

September 26, 2012


(PUBLISHED IN UNIVERSITY WORLD NEWS) University tuition fees cost more in England than anywhere else in Europe, according to a new report from the European Commission – but the headline figures are not the whole story for students sizing up how to survive. Students in England pay up to €11,500 (US$15,075) per year: those in […]

Danish students turn to alternative housing options

September 19, 2012


(PUBLISHED IN THE COPENHAGEN POST) Housing shortage has students camping, couch-surfing and venting their frustration. Twenty students from the University of Copenhagen rolled out their sleeping bags outside the office of Copenhagen Mayor Frank Jensen (Socialdemokraterne) last week on Friday to highlight the lack of available and affordable property for students in Copenhagen. “We staged […]

Police charge against a student protest at the University of Navarra (Spain)

September 7, 2012


(PUBLISHED IN PUBLICO) The demonstrators gathered before the start of course ceremony against cuts in Education. Police have charged into a crowd of students protesting against education cuts and rising tuition fees at the opening of the course at the Public University of Navarra (UPNA) According to Europa Press, the incident occurred when the President […]