HC Deb 17 July 1980 vol 988 c673W
Mr. Russell Johnston

asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science whether there are any reciprocal arrangements between European Economic Community countries so that students studying in universities or colleges outside their own country but within the Community are treated in a similar way regarding fees.

Dr. Boyson

At their meeting on 27 June this year the Education Ministers of member States of the European Economic Community agreed that their policies on student admission should be based on the recognition of their interdependence and mutual responsibilities. They agreed that the tuition fees charged to students from other Community countries should be no higher than those charged to home students.

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