University of Bradford - Bargains to entice postgrads

May 7, 2009

Cut-price tuition is being offered to postgraduate students by the University of Bradford. The institution is offering to knock £750 off tuition fees for many of its taught full-time postgraduate courses in 2009-10. The move is intended to provide an incentive to support graduates who cannot find work. It is open to students who are studying at the university and to those who are from Bradford but are doing their undergraduate degrees elsewhere. Last week, a survey of 16,000 students nationwide by research firm High Fliers found that 25 per cent of students in their final year of study at leading universities were planning to remain in higher education to avoid the tough job market.

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