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Would You Pay Higher Fees For A Humanities Degree?

Simon Soon, Senior Lecturer In Art History, University Malaya

03-Aug-20 14:30

Would You Pay Higher Fees For A Humanities Degree?

The Australian government recently announced plans to increase tuition fees for humanities subjects and reduce fees for “job-relevant” STEM subjects. But is this fair for prospective university students? And why are we still pitting humanities against sciences?

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