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  1. 1. Research Almost three-quarters of universities in England are planning to charge the maximum £9,000 tuition fee for some or all of their courses, according to Office for Fair Access (Offa) figures .  The average fee level for 2014-15 will rise by about £150 to about £8,650.  These agreements show that 72% of universities are planning to charge the maximum £9,000 fee for some or all courses, compared with 62% the previous year.  "Money worries lead many students to consider dropping out of university and even the small payments from the National Scholarship Programme could be the difference between gaining a life changing qualification and leaving with nothing," said NUS vice president, Rachel Wenstone University Fees University fees have increased from £3,290 to a maximum of £9,000 a year from 2012-2013. This is having a major impact on people’s decisions on whether they want to go to university or not. I am here with Luke Smedley who says.  How much was your course?  Did increasing the fees affect what university you decided to go to?  Do you think the fees should be as expensive as they are, if so why?  Do you regret your decision in going?  Do you think you made the right decision by getting yourself into debt by going to university?  Do you think you’ll be able to pay the money back?  Would you advise others to go to university?

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