Oxford to levy maximum fee

17th December 2004 at 00:00
Oxford university has confirmed it plans to charge students the maximum top-up tuition fees of pound;3,000 a year but is introducing a bursary scheme to help the poorest undergraduates. Those whose parents earn less than pound;16,000 a year will receive up to pound;10,000 over three years. Around 20 per cent are expected to receive a reduction.

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