Don't miss

Replay


LATEST SHOWS

TALKING EUROPE

30 years of Erasmus: Financing fun or funding employment?

Read more

THE INTERVIEW

US policy towards Putin's Russia: A new era?

Read more

THE OBSERVERS

Burmese policemen abuse Rohingya in a video, and a Malian is deported from France in handcuffs

Read more

IN THE PAPERS

Donald Trump's busy weekend

Read more

IN THE PAPERS

France's electricity grid under pressure amid cold snap

Read more

BUSINESS DAILY

Pound tumbles ahead of Theresa May speech

Read more

EYE ON AFRICA

Africa-France summit kicks off in Bamako

Read more

MEDIAWATCH

Whitewashing Jacko

Read more

THE WORLD THIS WEEK

One hack of a transition: Fresh turmoil ahead of Trump inauguration (part 1)

Read more

FOCUS

Our Focus programme brings you exclusive reports from around the world. From Monday to Friday at 7.45 am Paris time.

Latest update : 2012-01-18

Young Britons face up to university fees hike

From this September, British students will pay up to €11,000 to study at university, three times more than today's undergraduate students. The rise was implemented by the ruling Conservative-Liberal Democrat coalition. Many school-leavers are now deciding not to go to university. Those who do go are likely to rack up debts of up to €60,000 before they ever start earning.

By Yong CHIM , Alix BAYLE

COMMENT(S)

Archives

2017-01-13 Asia-pacific

Is India's digital revolution disconnected from reality?

In November 2016, India's government shocked the country when it announced that a massive 85% of banknotes were no longer legal tender. The move, championed by Prime Minister...

Read more

2017-01-12 Europe

In newly retaken town, Ukrainian troops try to win local support

In eastern Ukraine, the de facto border separating the government-controlled west from the separatist-held east has barely moved in two years of conflict. But that doesn't mean...

Read more

2017-01-11 Americas

'Made In America': US firms move jobs back home

It was one of President-elect Donald Trump's main campaign promises: to bring back manufacturing jobs that American firms have outsourced abroad. Yet several major US companies,...

Read more

2017-01-10 Africa

Sudan's forgotten war: Civilians caught in the crossfire in Nuba Mountains

Over the past five years, human rights groups say hundreds of people have been killed in fighting in the Nuba Mountains in southern Sudan. Rebel groups there have clashed with...

Read more

2017-01-09 France

Controversy over Arabic classes in French state schools

Some 55,000 pupils study Arabic at France's state schools. Most of them are the children of immigrants who want to stay in touch with their roots. While supporters argue these...

Read more