Deal Lifts Hope of Uni Places Take-Up; College Students to Benefit from New Scholarship

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Deal Lifts Hope of Uni Places Take-Up; College Students to Benefit from New Scholarship


Byline: BEN TURNER Education Reporter

MORE city students are expected to take degrees after a college struck a tuition-fee busting deal with Liverpool Hope University.

The ECHO can reveal Liverpool Community College is behind the cost-cutting scholarship designed to ensure college students do not feel priced out of going onto university.

All three of Liverpool's universities saw an annual drop in applications last year, blamed on everything from a rush the previous year to beat 2012 tuition fee rises and tougher entry standards.

Liverpool Hope, like Liverpool John Moores and the University of Liverpool, are charging students the maximum PS9,000 tuition fees for the 2013/14 academic year.

But Liverpool Community College has now struck a scholarship deal which can be utilised by any of its students making the grade.

The "Gateway Scholarship" will consist of PS1,000 contributed by the college and a further PS5,000 from Liverpool Hope University paid over the three years of study at the university.

It will be offered to any college student - regardless of background - selecting Hope as their firm UCAS choice, and if they are able to meet the standard university entry criteria for the degree course they wish to study.

This is generally, but not exclusively, 300 UCAS points with a minimum of two A-level (A2) awards or equivalent. …

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