University tuition fees might be high in England but they are not as eye-wateringly expensive as in the United States.
Or at least that's the conventional wisdom.
But is that really true? Or is it based on extreme examples, like Harvard charging almost $60,000 per year (£42,000) or Yale $48,000 (£34,000)?
How about looking more widely? For instance UCLA compared with UCLAN?
UCLAN is the University of Central Lancashire in Preston - and its preferred acronym nods towards the sunny campus of UCLA, the University of California, Los…