Picture taken by ISU during protests in 2018 against increases in student visa fees. Photo: ISU Norway

ISU's President, Amine Fquihi, was recently interviewed by Inter Universitas, where he indicates that "Høyre states in the first draft of their party program that their goal is to «continue to ensure equal access and the right to higher education,» but at the same time they remove their commitment to the principle of free higher education for all, Fquihi writes.

As a first step away from the free principle, they announced their intent to introduce tuition fees for international students from outside of the EEA and Switzerland.... Fquihi also thinks that introducing tuition fees for international students would only be the first step towards introducing tuition fees for all students, including Norwegians."

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