The University of Central Lancashire has announced it plans to charge full tuition fees of £9,000 from 2012.
The university said it had given “very careful consideration” to the fee level and wanted to provide students with an “excellent experience”.
Meanwhile the University of Portsmouth has said it will charge fees of £8,500 from 2012, while London South Bank has announced fees of £8,390.
Derby University said it plans to charge fees between £6,995 and £7,995.
Leeds, Loughborough and Kent have all announced plans to charge the maximum – £9,000 a year – in recent days.
Ministers have warned that further cuts might be made to teaching budgets if too many universities set higher fees.
All fees are subject to approval by the Office of Fair Access (OFFA).
BBC NEWS, 2011