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Wednesday, 9 February 2011

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Oxford and Cambridge Universities look like heading towards setting a maximum fee for 2012, its been reported.

Following a meeting of academics and students on tuition fee charges, Chancellor Emeritus Bagshot stated that Oxford needed to charge 1 squillion pounds to replace cuts but student groups said that poorer students would be put off.

Cambridge University steering group on fees has already recommended setting a fee of £1.5. squillion for all courses, claiming that "responsible parents will always find a little bit extra when their children's educational future is at stake. If it means giving up that winter holiday in Le Bollin, most parents will gladly make the ultimate sacrifice", a spokesman commented.

Other universities are set to follow suit.

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