Definition of 'tuition'
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Schools will team up with university maths departments to give pupils top-quality tuition. The Sun (2017)The majority of universities charge 9,000 a year in tuition fees and this will rise at many next autumn. Times, Sunday Times (2016)Most sports activities and group tuition is included in the cost of your accommodation. The Sun (2007)Perhaps our government should give free tuition to those students who want to study these subjects. Times, Sunday Times (2009) Personal tuition behind the wheel was a fringe benefit. Times, Sunday Times (2007)The government will lend eligible students money to pay for tuition costs. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Diving courses or diving tuition are not part of the package. Times, Sunday Times (2008)The plan going in was for them to pay for our college tuition. The Sun (2013)Demand for university places has bounced back despite the trebling of tuition fees two years ago. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Oxbridge undoubtedly has much to teach other universities in terms of personal tuition and rigour. Times, Sunday Times (2012)Foreign students are a lucrative source of income for universities because they pay higher tuition fees. Times, Sunday Times (2015)Already sick at the thought of college tuition fees? Times, Sunday Times (2015)All are offered free studios and free tuition for a year. Times, Sunday Times (2014)Both universities said the payments were tuition fees for sponsored students and had been subject to due diligence before being accepted. Times, Sunday Times (2013) University tuition fees 10 are discouraging more school leavers than predicted. Times, Sunday Times (2006)You'll receive expert tuition and group reviews of your work. Times, Sunday Times (2012)I think the payment of tuition fees should be based on performance. Times, Sunday Times (2010)Sports tuition and courses extra. The Sun (2014)When I broach the subject of tuition fees he becomes really angry. Times, Sunday Times (2012) University tuition fees began at 1,000 a year and are now 9,000 a year. Times, Sunday Times (2015)The charge for their time at St Andrews will still be subject to strict tuition fee caps. Times, Sunday Times (2011)
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Translations for 'tuition'
British English: tuition /tjuːˈɪʃən/ NOUN
If you are given tuition in a particular subject, you are taught about that subject, especially on your own or in a small group.
At school, he was given extra tuition for two hours a week.
- American English: tuition
- Arabic: تَعْلِيم
- Brazilian Portuguese: ensino
- Chinese: 辅导
- Croatian: poduka
- Czech: výuka
- Danish: undervisning
- Dutch: onderwijs
- European Spanish: instrucción
- Finnish: opetus ohjaus, yksityisopetus
- French: cours particulier
- German: Unterricht
- Greek: διδασκαλία
- Italian: lezioni
- Japanese: 授業
- Korean: (개인) 교수
- Norwegian: undervisning
- Polish: nauka
- European Portuguese: ensino
- Romanian: meditațielecție privată
- Russian: обучение
- Spanish: instrucción
- Swedish: undervisning
- Thai: การสอนพิเศษ
- Turkish: öğretim
- Ukrainian: навчання
- Vietnamese: sự giảng dạy
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