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Fewer people are enrolling in tertiery education with students saying debt is driving people away from studying. Education Ministry figures show 353,000 people were enrolled in tertiary education last… Audio
Students at the University of the South Pacific facing deregistration are under stress and the university should help them out says Fiji's shadow education minister.
The Labour Party is considering a policy which would see student debts reduced in exchange for people taking so-called public service jobs in the regions. Video, Audio
The first ever arrest over student loan repayments last month has spurred on overseas debtors to start paying back their loans, Inland Revenue says.
A survey has found there are more than twice as many university students in financial distress as there were in 2012. Audio
No fee universities in Germany are attracting local and international students alike. Do we need to extend Invercargill's scheme to other parts of NZ? Audio