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The Coalition's controversial move to treble tuition fees from this autumn has sent applications down 7.4% but Unite still expects to raise rents by up to 4% because demand for university places is still outstripping supply by almost a third. The firm, which houses 40,000 students in 24 university towns and cities, is building an extra 4000 bed spaces in London over the next three years to meet demand in the capital, particularly from international students. Despite falling overall applications, interest from overseas students - a disproportionately large share of Unite's customer base - rose nearly 14% Read More: