No, this is coming from several years experience as both an illustrator and a graphic designer. If the new fees are £9K per annum you will be facing £27K debt plus other cost of living debts to gain a job in a highly competitive industry with a typical salary of £20-30K per annum depending on location.
A better use of time and money would be to buy some equipment and teach yourself as you will be in control of everything you learn and also in control of your finances. I chose to study at university and ended up teaching myself everything I know as the course didn't offer the levels of information I required.
Ask any agency, 90% of the skills you learn at uni are useless in real-world application. Where university projects may last 6 months you may find real clients don't have the funding for this timescale and require completed work in 2-3 weeks. There's no analytical writing involved in the real world, presentations are not the same and the general quality of work on a course will not stand up to real-world application. Spend time to learn about print processes, manufacturing...etc and you will stand in a much better position for the future than graduates will.
My advice would be to get a placement or job at a real agency, need not be a leading agent, but anyone who can offer you the insight you will need. Financially, the rise in university fee's will hit the creative industry hard as the courses cost more than the wages you can obtain on graduation.
Remember my piece of advice below before you make any decisions:
"You won't get a job based on your university grade, you will get it based on your skill and the amount of money you can earn your employer. Your skill level is dependent on the time you invest in practice, not the amount you spend on education."
Professional Graphic Designer