It's been revealed that Irish universities are earning millions from exam repeat fees.
According to the Irish Independent, UCD earned almost €2m in one year from these fees, which cost students €230 to repeat a module or an exam.
The majority of universities in Ireland charge students to retake exams they failed.
The University of Limerick charge students €171 to repeat a module, earning them over €1.8m over the last five years.
Trinity College in Dublin does not charge students for exam repeats.
University College Cork earned almost € 700,000 in the last three years from resit fees - it costs students €35 for each module repeated, with a maximum charge of €245.