Sun 12 June 2011, The Observer

Fees will put teenagers off applying for university, say 42% of vice chancellors

By Jeevan Vasagar
A poll of university vice-chancellors shows that nearly half believe that it will become more difficult to convince young people of the benefits of a degree once higher tuition fees have been introduced.
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