Students who skip save

September 24, 1999

More than one in eight full-time students at Scottish universities will enter directly into the second year because of good sixth-form results, according to the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service. Some 13.2 per cent of students (up from 12.4 per cent) are now doiing so, and saving a year's living cost and tuition fees.

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