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Private College Undercuts On Tuition Fees

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/education-14031620

Competition on tuition fees has sharpened with a private provider set to charge £5,750 to £6,000 per year.

The ifs School of Finance, one of only five private colleges with its own degree-awarding powers, is to offer degree courses costing a third less than most of its rivals.

The London-based college is planning to expand to other cities.

The government's higher education White Paper last week called for more competition from the private sector.

The ifs School of Finance, which specialises in degrees related to the financial services industry, is now showing how this could happen.

An interesting development although for the majority it's still too expensive to consider.

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Typical. 'School of Finance'. Accountants reaching top positions have failed this country miserably with their short sighted focus on lowering costs and quality, competing on price, stripping investment, short term profit, tax avoidance.

The IFS was formerly known as the

Institute of Bankers

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