Thursday, April 19, 2007

What price experience?

Apparently, some colleges are struggling with high exam bills.
Colleges are spending more money on entering students for exams than they are on heating, cleaning or computers, they say.

The Association of Colleges says the cost of entering students for exams has gone up by 36% in the past three years.

For example, the annual bill for exams at the City of Bristol College is £1.5m.

Truro College in Cornwall spent just under £1m on exam fees last year.

Truly, this is disgraceful. Of course, it amuses me to point out that the City Of Bristol College runs courses in Business Studies and Accounting, and that Truro College runs courses in Management, Accounting and Business Studies.

Just saying, is all...

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