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I don't think [Lincoln] are doing themselves any favours. Lincoln is a city where people are coming to learn. I think they need to lessen the price to give a chance to the people. I think it is a good thing the university is here. The government is on about getting the economy out of the recession but are making it so that some people can't go to uni. The economy is going to rot away because people are just going to send all of the business to other countries. The people in Britain aren't going to be trained up to do it because it's too expensive.
fact that Lincoln feel that they can charge the same as Oxford and Cambridge, I just think it's very unrealistic.
think that students in Lincoln and the economic impact they have in Lincoln is enormous, and cannot be overemphasised. We cannot just brush it aside that Lincoln will be all right without the students. Lincoln will not be all right. How many people go to the nightclubs, for example? The night time market, the evening economy. The students make it. They are Adidas Originals Shoes For Men
sorry, I cant help but feel a little put out here. so much hype about the university of Lincoln, what about the original university; Bishop Grosseteste? I for one am a student at BG and could not fault it. BG will also be bringing the majority of their fees Adidas Los Angeles Core Black Uk
Better off without the uni
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think that [students studying at home] will happen across the country anyway. I know quite a few students from Lincoln, who are studying at Lincoln purely for that reason. But they're still going to have to pay the fees. The Adidas Neo First Copy thing is, for the extra that Lincoln are charging, they may think, well actually, I'll go to a uni where I can pay less in fees and then that will pay my accommodation.
such a massive amount to pay. It will be there for a long time. It's a debt that could go bad. At the end of the day not many students will be able to finish paying.
fees are putting Lincoln on a status with Cambridge and such like. It is a lot. A lot of youngsters will not go to university, because how many get a degree and then can't get a job?
think if they lose the uni, then Lincoln is going to be half of what it is now. Shops are going to struggle, because obviously there'll be less trade. There's going to be a chain effect. [With the students] it's ten times better. If it was still 15,000 I think I'd be more deterred from going to uni.
students] make a big difference. That's probably the reason why they've done it, but then it obviously makes more money for the university.
in at 7.5k. just because BG is a smaller university, it does not mean it is any less important.
Lincoln's future as a university city is under scrutiny as plans to charge the maximum 9,000 per year in tuition fees from 2012 were announced earlier this week.
I don't think Lincoln will [become a ghost town]. They'll still come to the university. I think they'll still be around. But psychologically you know before you even enrol you have 27,000 to pay in the future, and looking at the current economic environment I don't see how people, in three or four years' time, can earn such an amount that they will be able to start paying.
But concerns have been raised that Lincoln may become a 'ghost town' if student applications begin to dwindle due to higher fees.
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