Should degrees cost more?
Universities in England should be able to charge unlimited fees, a major review of university funding has recommended. Can you afford to pay more?
Lord Browne's review calls for the £3,290 cap on fees, which students borrow in loans, to be scrapped.
Instead it proposes a free market in fees - setting out models of charges up to £12,000 a year for a degree course.
In a speech in the House of Commons, Business Secretary Vince Cable, endorsed the recommendations of Lord Browne's proposals saying they were "fair and affordable".
The UCU lecturers' union said the plan was "the final nail in the coffin for affordable higher education". However, Lord Browne's review makes clear that universities that charge more than £6,000 a year would lose a proportion of the fee to help cover the cost of student borrowing.
What do you think about the proposals? Are you planning to go to university? Could you be priced out of education? Are you a parent? Are you concerned about making increased contributions? Should the fees cap remain?
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