Students assured college costs won't increase, says Simon Harris
The cost of providing third level education will increase in the short term as a result of COVID-19 the Higher Education Minister has warned.
However students are being assured fees will not increase over the next number of years.
A plan outlining how colleges and universities can reopen in September will be published this month.
Minister Simon Harris says fees won't be looked at until the budget in October.
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