Still disagree Thanks for your thoughts and your welcoming. I still believe you are severly miscalculate. The fact the prices per course have doubled over 5 years does not mean that if I start now I will need to bare double of the current costs, since within less than 5 years I will already complete the courses. And that is aggresively speaking (that prices will continue rising at the same rate). Statisticly you should have used the average tuition per course in order to estimate the entire bundle cost, which you did not do (you took only the starting price and the end price). To make my point clearer, your assesment is only to be accurate if I tell you that I plan to start only within 5 years from now. That is not a wise assumption by itself since no one knows where the wind will blow in half a decade ahead. Moreover, none of the arguments above reffered to the fact that while tuition per course has risen, all other fees have been omitted. I could go to TUI but they charge alot for each year of disseartation phase. If I am wrong and NCU also charges per years of the dissertation phase than reffer me accordingly. I do not think that is the case. You have also reffered to "hidden cost". Details please, as I think the new structure of the tuition fee (as explained by the representitive) eliminate these hidden costs.