Fees: English students study at European universities


Some students are avoiding fees of up to £9,000 at English universities by saving money and studying in Europe.

The government in the Netherlands pays some students to study - even those who do not speak Dutch.

Paul Henley sampled life at the University of Groningen - proving to be a popular destination for British teenagers.

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