Students from poorer families are more likely to be deterred from university by tuition fee debt, researchers say.
A study by the UCL Institute of Education compared attitudes of people considering applying to university in England in 2002 and 2015.
During this time tuition fees increased from about £1,100 per year to £9,000.
Researchers found that young people in general had become accustomed to higher fees - but worries about debt levels had risen among low-income families.
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