Eton College Chapel

Eton income rises to £62m; bursaries and scholarships cost it £5.7m

2 Mar 2015 | Finance | Tania Mason

Eton College posted a surplus of £3.2m in its last financial year and income from school fees increased by nearly 4 per cent to £43.6m.


Eton income rises to £62m; bursaries and scholarships cost it £5.7m

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