LEEDS.—Owing to the unavoidable growth of the expenditure necessary for the maintenance of the efficiency of its work, the council has come to the conclusion that an increase must be made in the scale of fees charged to students for tuition and examination. The increase has been kept as low as. possible, in no case being more than about 171/2 percent.
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University and Educational Intelligence. Nature 105, 697–698 (1920). https://doi.org/10.1038/105697b0