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The Education (Fees and Awards) (England) Regulations 2007

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4.  (1)  It shall be lawful for the institutions mentioned in paragraph (3) to charge higher fees in the case of a person who does not fall within Schedule 1 than in the case of a person who does fall within Schedule 1.

(2) For the purposes of this regulation a person falls within Schedule 1 if they fall within it on the first day of an academic year of the course.

(3) The institutions mentioned in this paragraph are institutions—

(a)within the higher education sector, including a constituent college, school or hall of such an institution;

(b)within the further education sector;

(c)which are training providers and are receiving financial support under section 78 of the 2005 Act;

(d)which provide further education and are maintained by a local education authority;

(4) This regulation does not make lawful the charging of a fee which is unlawful by reason of a condition imposed under section 24 of the Higher Education Act 2004(1).

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