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Almost a third of Britain’s leading universities still have places available with less than a week to go before the application deadline, following a sharp drop in student applications, The Daily Telegraph can disclose.

Thirty thousand more places have been made available through the clearing system than at this time last year, increasing suspicions that £9,000-a-year tuition fees have put off many school-leavers.

Some university products are not worth the price charged? A worthwhile discovery. So let them reduce prices or withdraw the products.

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  1. Or some of those who may have the academic ability to handle the courses do not have the financial ability to pay £9,000 per year.

  2. FO –

    So let them borrow it. Britain has a rather large financial sector afterall. If students can’t or won’t borrow then universities will have to adjust their prices. You know, like every firm out there.

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