A big hike in tuition fees has caused a significant enrollment drop in UK universities, reveals statistics.
Students pursuing for degree courses is less by 12 percent this year after the introduction of higher fees last autumn of up to £9,000. However, Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (Ucas) data reveals some of the institutions there expanded last October and took advantage of the new policy. Such educational institutions enrolled students in great strengths who are achieving at least AAB grades at A-level.
The biggest loss after the new policy has been suffered by London Metropolitan. Enrollment this year has gone down by 43 percent in it. The other universities in the bad phase of enrollment are University of Southampton, University of Liverpool, University of Sheffield, University of Birmingham, University of London, University of Leeds, Queen Mary and Imperial.
Universities that took advantage are University College London, Cardiff University, King’s College London and University of Edinburgh.