Psychology Publications

Title

Balancing Objectives: Setting Tuition Fees for International Students

Document Type

Report

Publication Date

1996

Journal

Canadian Bureau for International Education Research Series

Volume

9

First Page

1

Last Page

20

Abstract

In an era when budget cuts to post-secondary institutions are rife, many institutions rely increasingly on student tuition fees as a source of revenue. This paper examines fees and functions of differential fees, how other countries address the issue, the policy objectives associated with differential fees, and considerations for policy and practice.

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