Thu 2 August 2012, The Independent

Oxbridge applications stay high as students demand better value

By Richard Garner
Tuition fees of up to £9,000 have made students more demanding about the quality of their education, according to figures showing a rise in applications to Cambridge at the expense of less selective universities.
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