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Telegraph interview with Libby Aston – "Universities are not setting high fees for reasons of 'prestige', university leader claims"

Fees of less than £7,000 would have a “direct impact” on the quality of courses since the cost of running many degree programmes is already between £7,000 and £10,000, according to Libby Aston, director of University Alliance.

Universities must be able to provide quality courses to students which cannot be done through “cut price” alternatives, she warned.

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