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According to London’s Sunday Times, some British universities are allegedly using cash incentives to encourage students to enroll in unpopular majors.
These cash incentives differ from traditional scholarships in that (a) they are paid directly into students’ bank accounts and (b) they are awarded without regard to financial need.
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