Last week, the University of Central Lancashire announced that tuition fees for degrees at its university centre in Burnley will be charged at the top rate of £9,000 per year.
Since the Coalition Government withdrew some higher education funding and allowed universities to charge a maximum of £9,000, many institutions have vastly increased their tuition fees. But the move has sparked protests, both locally and nationally, and anger that students from disadvantaged backgrounds will be denied a university education.
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