Calls to cap student debt indexation after latest rise

By Andrew Brown
Updated April 25 2024 - 3:10pm, first published 3:07pm
HECS Debt levels will rise 4.7 per cent from June 1, the second-largest hike in more than a decade. (James Ross/AAP PHOTOS)
HECS Debt levels will rise 4.7 per cent from June 1, the second-largest hike in more than a decade. (James Ross/AAP PHOTOS)

Graduates paying back their university debt should be given guarantees their loans will not rise above a certain level, higher education experts say, after another spike in indexation.

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