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Five-year funding is safe, says institute - but at a price

The RIBA denied this week that five-year funding for architectural courses was under threat - despite a written parliamentary answer stating that vets and architects would no longer have tuition fees paid in their fifth years because they would be employed in the private sector (unlike doctors and dentists). As our report last week stated, the majority of course costs continue to be paid via the Higher Education Funding Council. Now institute education director Chris Colbourne has received ...

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