Lancaster students hit out at tuition fees hike

STUDENTS at Lancaster University give their thoughts on the Government's plans to increase tuition fees to up to £9,000 a year.

In this video Robbie Pickles, president of Lancaster University Students Union, together with students Kimberley Warrillow, and Oliver Trumble discuss the proposals, which could see fees tripled from 2012.

Students currently pay £3,290 per year in tuition fees.


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