NUS Scotland president Liam Burns
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NUS President in Scotland: Fee rise 'forced on the Scottish government'

Students from England, Wales and Northern Ireland who go to university in Scotland could face annual fees of up to £6,000, the BBC has learned.

The plan is believed to be in a Scottish government Green Paper on education funding for the future.

Home and EU students currently pay nothing at Scotland's universities, while other UK students pay just under £2,000 a year.

NUS President in Scotland, Liam Burns, blamed MPs in Westminster for voting to increase fees in England.

  • 16 Dec 2010
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