25 August 2009

Lower tuition attracting Nova Scotians

Lower tuition is attracting Nova Scotians to do an undergraduate degree at Memorial University in large numbers. 

The tuition freeze – in place since the late 1990s and carried on by the current administration – makes Memorial particularly attractive given, on top of that, the calibre of instruction.

The growth in Nova Scotian enrolment is between 800 and 900 per cent higher today than it was a decade ago.

You can get a more details from Dale Kirby through an interview he did with what sounds like Information Boring at CBC Nova Scotia.